This species, called Eruca alba, has been discovered in the Brazilian Amazon, where the plants have been spotted growing in the damp places of a tropical forest.
The species has also been found in other areas of the Brazilian rainforest, such as the Andes, in Peru and Bolivia.
It is also found in Brazil, but is now known to be present in only three other countries, including the Amazon basin.
Erucas have an almost spherical head that resembles that of an insect.
They have large, white, green, yellow or blue flowers.
E. alba is one of the largest orchids in the world, and it is one among many orchid species in the Americas that can grow to up to 5 feet (1.4 meters) in diameter.
They are commonly called tropical orchid because they grow to the size of palm trees, or even larger.
This is because they are able to survive in the rainforest for up to a year and sometimes more, according to the University of Georgia’s Dr. Amy Johnson, the lead author of a paper describing the new species.
The researchers are hoping to find out how the orchide can survive in such conditions.
This particular orchid is known as a ‘dry’ orchid, because it has to use water to survive.
Dr. Johnson said the orchid has a very low water content.
That means that it can thrive in wet, dry conditions, and in the humid tropics, where humidity can be as high as 90 percent.
However, Dr. Miller added that the plant’s water needs vary depending on the environment.
For example, in humid tropical forests, the plant needs less water than it does in drier climates.
That can make it more difficult for the plant to thrive.
For these reasons, the orchard may not be a good place for this plant to grow.
“They might grow in a desert environment, where there’s very little vegetation, but that’s not the case for this orchid,” Dr. Domingo Santos said.
“In humid tropical environments, it might be more viable, but not necessarily for this species.”
The study was published online June 23 in the journal Current Biology.
It was funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, the National Science Foundation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Dr Santos said the species might be able to grow up to 20 feet (6.5 meters) tall.
He added that, for a plant to be able grow this size, it has a lot of water and nutrients.
However if that water is taken away, it dies.
In this case, that would mean it’s unable to sustain itself and could die.
“So the only thing that can survive the dry conditions of this orchard are these orchides,” Dr Santos explained.
“The plants need to be protected and they need to grow so they can survive and that’s what the research shows.”
He said that this orchis has a unique way of adapting to its environment.
While it can be found in dry places, Dr Santos suggested it might also be found under wet or humid conditions, where it is more difficult to grow it.
He said the study was conducted at the University College London, but others have been able to find it in other places.
He explained that it could be a survival strategy for the orcids.
In addition, the species has been found to be very fast-growing.
The plant grows at a rate of one to three centimeters per year.
The size of a human hand, which Dr. Santos said is roughly three inches in diameter, is estimated to be around 200 centimeters (76 inches) in length.
That is roughly the size a human foot.
“When they grow so fast, you’d expect them to be extremely drought-resistant, and we don’t know that for sure,” Dr Miller said.
However there is no question that this species has an important role in the ecology of the Amazon rainforest.
“This orchid really does seem to be adapted to a very, very wet environment,” Dr Johnson said.
She said that if it is found in a drought-ridden area, it could make the orchiid a valuable resource for scientists studying the impacts of climate change.
Dr Miller added: “We know that this is a very important resource in the context of climate models, because this orchestrated adaptation of this species to such a wet environment is very interesting.”
A team of scientists from the University and the University’s School of Life Sciences conducted this research.
They were assisted by researchers from the Institute for Biogeochemical Research, Brazil’s National University of Biotechnology.
This study was funded in part by the US National Science Center.