File:Ghost Plants (9252042008).jpg
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Monotropa uniflora, Sproul State Forest, Centre County–Clinton County line, along the Chuck Keiper Trail.
Lacking chlorophyll, the plants survive by parasitizing tree fungi. They're normally colorless; however, a few specimens are tinged with blue, pink, or brown.
|Author||Nicholas A. Tonelli from Northeast Pennsylvania, USA|
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