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Scott L. Stewart: Photo Gallery

Spiranthes sylvatica
Spiranthes sylvatica, the woodland ladies'-tresses, in
Goethe State Forest, Florida.

Gymnadeniopsis nivea Gymnadeniopsis nivea
Gymnadeniopsis nivea, the snowy orchis, (syn. = Platanthera nivea) in Goethe State Forest, Florida.

Spiranthes tuberosa Spiranthes tuberosa
Spiranthes tuberosa, the little ladies'-tresses, from Goethe State Forest, Florida. Whole inflorescence (left) and flower close up (right).

Calopogon pallidus
Calopogon pallidus, the pale grass-pink, in southern Georgia. Prosthechea cochleata var. triandra Prosthechea cochleata var. triandra Prosthechea cochleata var. triandra (Florida clamshell orchid) on the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. Spiranthes praecox Spiranthes praecox
Spiranthes praecox, the giant ladies'-tresses, (left) and Spiranthes vernalis, the grass-leaved ladies'-tresses, (right) along a roadside in Bradford County, Florida.

Maxalis unifolia, Maxalis unifolia,
Maxalis unifolia, the green adder's-mouth, near Ocala, Florida. Plant and habitat (left) and flower close up (right).

Habenaria repens Habenaria repens Habenaria repens, the water-spider orchis, in central Florida. Inflorescence (left) and flower close up (right).

Platythelys querceticola
Platythelys querceticola
, the low ground orchid, in north central Florida. Oeceoclades maculata Oeceoclades maculata
Oeceoclades maculata
(African spotted orchid) in southwest Florida. Note the mottled leaves (right). Epidendrum difforme
Epidendrum difforme, a non-native often mistaken for the Florida native E. floridense. This specimen was photographed from my personal collection. Polystachya concreta
Polystachya concreta
, the yellow helmet orchid, photographed on the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. Calopogon tuberosus var. tuberosus
Calopogon tuberosus
var. tuberosus from Goethe State Forest, Levy County, Florida. group of Illinois College (Jacksonville, Illinois) students
A group of Illinois College (Jacksonville, Illinois) students reintroducing Epidendrum nocturnum seedlings to the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge.

Ponthieva racemosa
The difficult-to-photograph Ponthieva racemosa from Goethe State Forest, Levy County, Florida. Zeuxine strateumatica
Exotic, common and often overlooked Zeuxine strateumatica, the lawn orchid. This specimen was growing in a mulched landscape bed adjacent to the building housing my lab.