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|date of photo Oct 25, 2012
this photo depicts a plant that was cultivated or collected in the wild
photo location Hawaii Volcanoes National Park north of Nahuku (Thurston Lava Tube)
plant's place of origin
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, near Nahuku (Thurston Lava Tube) (Hawaii, Big Island (Hawaiian Islands), US)family Orchidaceaeplant community Wet forest; dense shade on wet bryophyte covered ground or on lower tree trunknotes Endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and one of only 3 native orchids in Hawaii. This was possibly a planted cutting by the NPS. Elevation around 3900ft/1189mcamera Nikon D80 Nikkor 60mmphoto category: Plant - annual/perennial
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
Hawaiian Jewel Orchid (photographer)
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