This plant is seen in the Preseerve.
Indian pipe | Description & Nutrition | Britannica
Indian pipe, (Monotropa uniflora), also called ghost plant, corpse plant, convulsion root, or ghost pipe, nonphotosynthetic perennial herb of the heath family (Ericaceae). The plant is mycoheterotrophic, meaning it lives in close association with a fungus from which it acquires most of its nutrition.
Thanks, Gary. This great and unusual plant will be added to the Plants page.
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