Little Brown Jugs

 
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Interesting wildflowers(Hexastylis,prob. shuttleworthii in Aristolochiaceae) in that they are hidden and usually beneath leaf litter and don't approach the resemblance of most wildflowers(most wildflowers aren't pollinated by ants, either)......a member of the Gingers, catch a whiff of a crushed leaf or, better, a root, and you'll see why!

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Guest - Jun 23, 2006 04:04 PM EDT
yes, that is interesting, have never seen those before, thanks for sharing.

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