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Photographs of plants and flowers that are not endemic or named after Florida explorers.

Dwarf Cypress White Waterlilies - Taxodium ascendens & Nymphaea ordorata    $     ?     ?
Dwarf Cypress White Waterlilies by Paul Rebmann

Whitetop Pitcherplant - Sarracenia leucophylla    $     ?
Whitetop Pitcherplant - Sarracenia leucophylla

Pitcherplant Flower - Sarracenia minor    $     ?
Pitcherplant Flower - Sarracenia minor

Pitcherplant Hoods - Sarracenia minor    $     ?
Pitcherplant Hoods - Sarracenia minor

O Sarracenia - Sarracenia flava - Yellow Pitcherplants    $     ?
O Sarracenia - Sarracenia flava - Yellow Pitcherplants
"O Sarracenia" - an image of a field of pitcher plants in the Apalachicola National Forest - earned a Merit Award in the Photography category of the 2011 Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Art Competition held in conjunction with the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival in Titusville, FL.

Pocosin Manifest - Parnassia grandifolia - Largeleaf Grass-of-Parnassus    $     ?
Pocosin Manifest - Parnassia grandifolia - Largeleaf Grass-of-Parnassus
The southern extant of this wildflower's range is in the Ocala National Forest where this photograph was made. The largeleaf grass-of-Parnassus grows in swampy woods - a pocosin - and the striking flower manifests itself at the top of a tall stalk.

Small Butterwort - Pinguicula pumila    $     ?
Small Butterwort - Pinguicula pumila
An extreme close-up photo of a small butterwort flower won honorable mention in the "Florida Invertebrates and/or Wildflowers" category of the Orange Audubon Society's 2009 Kit & Sidney Chertok Nature Photography Contest. This photograph was made in the Heart Island Conservation Area in north-central Volusia County.

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