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Dimerocostus strobilaceus subsp. appendiculatus


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I took these photos at the San Rafael indigenous community along the Amazon River a short distance northeast of Iquitos, Peru at about 100 meters. It was part of the Heliconia Society group excursion and there was not much time to linger and study. I have since concluded that this is probably Dimerocostus strobilaceus subsp. appendiculatus.

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