Spiranthes odorata (Nutt.) Lindl.

  • Filed As

    Spiranthes odorata (Nutt.) Lindl.

  • Collector(s)

    M. C. Pace 611 with Jim Fowler, Alan Cressler, 02 Nov 2013

  • Location

    United States of America. North Carolina. Brunswick Co. Rice Creek, Winnabow. Just north of Govenors Rd SE / 1521.

  • Habitat

    Common in the blackwater floodplain of Rice Creek; periodically inundated. Forest dominated by Acer rubrum, Taxodium distichum, and Nyssa biflora, with Carpinus caroliniana, Sabal minor, Liquidambar styraciflua, and Ilex. Forest floor open but with scattered Habenaria repens,Sedges, Saururus cernuus, and Smilax.

  • Description

    Flowers ivory-white; strongly fragrant with vanilla/jasmine. Labellum not papillate, centrally yellow; margin white, ruffled to lightly lacerate. Sepals often held high. Dorsal sepal and petals forming a triangle when viewed head-on (with the tips meeting). Callosities large, incurved. Flowers pollinated by Bombus impatiens (with visible pollenaria removed). Phenology of specimen: Flower.

  • Specimen Notes

    Voucher for phylogenetic sample so4a–p

  • Identifiers

    NY Barcode: 01405829

    Occurrence ID: 3da40ea3-c2e6-4144-9c6e-35700e21195c

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  • Region

    North America

  • Country

    United States of America

  • State/Province

    North Carolina

  • County/Municipio

    Brunswick Co.

  • Locality

    Rice Creek, Winnabow. Just north of Govenors Rd SE / 1521.

  • Coordinates

    34.1396, -78.0627

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