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6-7 cm long ACANTHACEAE Hummingbird-pollinated Ageratum along the road ARACEAE ASTERACEAE Insect-pollinated attract Bat-pollinated bats Begonia Besleria birds Burmeistera Calathea CAMPANULACEAE canopy capsules cies cloud forest clusters cm across cm long Columnea color COMMON FLOWERING PLANTS Costa Rican name creamy dense dry season Flowers Dry through dry/wet Dry through wet dry/wet season transition Drymonia Epiphyte GESNERIACEAE Hummingbird-pollinated ered Flowering seasons flowers arranged found along fruits are eaten Fuchsia gaps GESNERIACEAE Epiphyte Hummingbird-pollinated GREEN FLOWERS growth form Hansteinia Heliconia Herb sometimes epiphyte Herb/Shrub herbaceous Hibiscus inflorescences Insect-pollinated This species introduced species large trees leaf long-billed hummingbirds magnifica mingbirds Misty season Misty through dry Monopyle Monteverde Mucuna Neomirandea angularis orange flowers pendant petals pink Piper PIPERACEAE Insect-pollinated pollinated purple red bracts roadside RUBIACEAE Hummingbird-pollinated RUBIACEAE Insect-pollinated Satyria season transition Flowers sects seed short-billed showy Shrub Shrub/Tree RUBIACEAE Small tree solanacea spikes sunny areas Tall herb taxonomic tiny flowers trails tree Hummingbird-pollinated Tropical Science Center tubular Vine visited by long-billed wet season Flowers Wet/misty season transition white flowers whitish Witheringia yellow