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Leptotes bicolor

Leptotes bicolor

Masdevallia herradurae

Masdevallia herradurae

Encyclia cochelata (syn. Anacheilium cochleatum) - Sepia Orchid, Cockle Orchid

This orchid is also called "sepia orchid".

Caladenia winfieldii. Common Names: Winfield's Caladenia - The Majestic-Spider-Orchid

Majestic Spider Orchid: Caladenia winfieldii - Found in a small part of southern Western Australia. Declared as Rare Flora in it is currently ranked as endangered.

Butterfly Orchid

Butterfly Orchid by Frank Townsley - Butterfly Orchid Photograph - Butterfly Orchid Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Slipper-orchid: Paphiopedilum

Paphiopedilum philippinense orchid pinned with Bazaart

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Eric Hunt's Orchid Species Photography page

Masdevallia tridens | Stunning Orchid!

Seen at Aachen Orchid Exhibition 2011 Grown by Herrenhäuser Botanical Garden, Hannover

Chaubardia heteroclita - A medium-sized, warm-growing Andean species from Ecuador and Peru that is found at altitudes of 700 to 1500 meters as an epiphyte.

Chaubardia heteroclita - A medium-sized, warm-growing Andean species from Ecuador and Peru that is found at altitudes of 700 to 1500 meters as an epiphyte.

Vanda Miss Joaquim 'Agnes' - The National Flower of Singapore

Orchid: Vanda Miss Joaquim 'Agnes' - The National Flower of Singapore

Ophrys sphegodes subsp. litigiosa

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Great-Sun-Orchid: Thelymitra aristata - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Great-Sun-Orchid: Thelymitra aristata - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Interior Plants, Black Orchid, Rock, Orchid Flowers, Orchids, Wilde, Garden, Bellisima, 1

Rlc. Mahina Yahiro 'Mishima' AM/AOS. - Odom's Orchids, Inc.

Blc. Mahina Yahiro 'Mishima' AM/AOS

Odom’s Orchids, Inc. is one of the largest retail growers and shippers of orchids in the United States. We have the largest selection of high quality orchid plants found anywhere.

Cyrtopodium brandonianum

Flower-detail of Cyrtopodium brandonianum - Found in eastern and southern Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay [?] and northern Argentina at elevations of 400 to 450 meters as a large-sized, cool-growing terrestrial orchid.

Phantom-orchid: Flower-detail of Cephalanthera austiniae in situ

Seen during the field trips to Plumas Co, CA at our Native Orchid Conference in June 2013

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