Classification
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All Names

  • Spanish
    • Pipa de indio
  • Scientific Names
    • Monotropa uniflora
  • English
    • Indian Pipe
    • Ghost Plant
    • Indian-Pipe
    • corpse plant
  • Vermont Flora Codes
    • MONUNI

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Recent observations

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sanguinaria33

Date

August 19, 2014 10:09 AM CDT

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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aaroncarlson

Date

August 16, 2014 01:35 PM CDT

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indian pipe Monotropa uniflora

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pmmullins

Date

August 2, 2014

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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aaroncarlson

Date

August 16, 2014

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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dnydick

Date

August 17, 2014 03:01 PM EDT

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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kylejones

Date

August 18, 2014 11:32 AM EDT

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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riversedge

Date

August 15, 2014 04:48 PM EDT

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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dlcarterksu

Date

August 13, 2014

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(Somewhere...)

Description

common

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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jsellis

Date

August 1, 2014

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indian pipe Monotropa uniflora

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godricvt

Date

August 10, 2014

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Monuni Monotropa uniflora

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charlie

Date

August 12, 2014 02:12 PM EDT

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Indian Pipe Monotropa uniflora

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eraskin

Date

August 5, 2014
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Description from Wikipedia

Monotropa uniflora, also known as the ghost plant, Indian pipe, or corpse plant, is a herbaceous perennial plant native to temperate regions of Asia, North America and northern South America, but with large gaps between areas. It was formerly classified in the family Monotropaceae, however, it has now been included within the Ericaceae. It is generally scarce or rare in occurrence.

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Conservation Summary

No range data available.