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May 2016, Vol. 210 No. 3

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Cover image:Dracula lafleurii in the field at Reserva los Cedros, Ecuador, showing both the showy sepals and the mushroom-like labellum. Courtesy of Tobias Policha. (Policha et al. pp. 1058–1071)

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