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Figure S1. Habit of the four species studied. A, Habenaria johannensis; B, H. Macronectar; C, H. Megapotamensis; D, H. montevidensis. Scale bars: A–C = 2 cm; D = 1 cm.

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Figure S2. Non-pollinating flower visitors. A, Agrius cingulatus (Sphingidae) visiting Habenaria macronectar; B–D, Visitors of H. montevidensis; B, Phocides pialia (Hesperiidae); C, Hesperocharis erota (Pieriidae); D, Xylophanes fosteri (Sphingidae). Scale bars = 1 cm.

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Video S1. Pollination in H. macronectar. Manduca cf. lucetius (Sphingidae) visiting an inflorescence and an individual of Eumorpha labrusca (Sphingidae) captured with several pollinaria of this orchid between the palpi.

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Video S2. Pollination in H. megapotamensis. Manduca cf. lucetius (Sphingidae) visiting an inflorescence. Note that the moth bears a pollinarium attached to its proboscis.

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Video S3. Pollination in H. montevidensis. Urbanus zagorius (Hesperiidae) pollinating flowers and Xylophanes fosteri (Sphingidae) visiting an inflorescence without precipitating pollination.

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