United States: Virginia: Northampton County. Epiphytic herbs hanging from a single moderate-aged Ilex opaca, along the S. side of the tree, locally common but otherwise rare. Also seen a few hundred feet to the W. & just N. of this road in a forest. Many plants of this species are dying here. This is the northern-most naturally occurring population of this genus & species! Along the N. edge of a mature forest, along a roadside, on seasonally damp (probably), gray-loam soil (Dragston fine sandy loam, 0-2% slopes; coarse-loamy, mixed, semiactive, thermic Aeric Endoaqualfs). This is an extremely dry year here and several large trees are dying at this site. Growing with Acer rubrum, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, Andopogon virginicus, Aralia spinosa, Aronia arbutifolia, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya glabra, Chamaecrista fasciculata, Chasmanthium laxum, Clethra alnifolia, Erechites hieraciifolia, Euonymus americanus, Eupatorium pilosum, E. rotundifolium, Fagus grandifolia, Hieracium sp., Ilex opaca, Juncus effusus (?), Leucobryum sp., Leucothoe racemosa (= Eubotrys racemosa), Liquidambar styraciflua, Magnolia virginiana, Mitchella repens, Nyssa sylvatica, Panicum rigidulum var. pubescens, Pinus taeda, Prunus serotina, Quercus alba, Q. nigra, Q. pagoda, Q. rubra, Rhexia virginica, Saccharum coarctatum, Scutellaria integrifolia, Smilax rotundifolia, Solidago rugosa, Tridens flavus, Vaccinium corymbosum & Viola primulifolia (?). Along the S. side of Rt. 634 (Savage Neck Drive), about 0.55mi W. of the intersection with Rt. 13 Business. Eastville, Northampton Co. Elev. about 18ft. 37° 20' 47.7"N, 75° 57' 31.7"W; UTM 18 415077E, 4133751N (NAD83/WGS84).