Observation 23741: Monotropa uniflora L.
When: 2009-07-31
No herbarium specimen

Notes: These pinkish-white ones have begun popping up. They apparently flower here later than the yellow M. hypopythis. First photo: a group in Zone 01. Second photo: a group in Zone 12. Seen last year also in Zone 03. Zone 01 grows an unidentified species of Cortinarius and few other MR fungi. Zone 03 and Zone 12 grow tons of MR fungi, including Amanita, Russula, and Gyromitra; Zone 12 also grows a black Morchella.

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Monotropa uniflora , unique, not common.
By: Rick (ShroomLover)
2010-06-01 08:04:20 COT (-0500)

These are also called “Indian Pipe”
I found them growing in patch of woods in Ottawa.

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