Long-tailed Wild Ginger
This is a perfect specimen of the wild ginger found in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. This one was found near the western shore of Lake Wenatchee in the Cascade Mountains in the state of Washington. This unusual flower is pollinated by ants and is usually found in wet forests in huge mats that cover the forest floor.
- © 2012
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- Contained in galleries
- Aristolochiaceae (Pipevine Family), Green & Brown Wildflowers, Red & Orange Wildflowers