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White Nun Orchid (Lycaste Skinneri Alba) by VisitGuatemala: Guatemala's national flower,  is a rare flower in the Verapaz distict of Guatemala, symbolizing peace, beauty and art. #Flower #Orchid #Guatemala

White Nun Orchid (Lycaste Skinneri Alba) by VisitGuatemala: Guatemala's national flower, is a rare flower in the Verapaz distict of Guatemala, symbolizing peace, beauty and art. #Flower #Orchid #Guatemala

Fuzzy Monkey Face Orchid   by Columbus GV Team: Taken on a Habitat for Humanity Global Village mission trip to Guayaquil, Ecuador in June 2008. #ColumbusGVTeam #Ecuador #Monkey_Face_Orchid

Fuzzy Monkey Face Orchid by Columbus GV Team: Taken on a Habitat for Humanity Global Village mission trip to Guayaquil, Ecuador in June 2008. #ColumbusGVTeam #Ecuador #Monkey_Face_Orchid

Monkey Face Orchid. Taken on a Habitat for Humanity Global Village mission trip to  Guayaquil, Ecuador in June 2008

Monkey Face Orchid. Taken on a Habitat for Humanity Global Village mission trip to Guayaquil, Ecuador in June 2008

Flying Duck Orchid (Caleana major) by Bill Higham: This diminutive orchid, 15-20mm long, is found in eastern and southern Australia. #Flowers #Orchid #Flying_Duck

Flying Duck Orchid (Caleana major) by Bill Higham: This diminutive orchid, 15-20mm long, is found in eastern and southern Australia. #Flowers #Orchid #Flying_Duck

Encyclia cochleata by Doris.L: The national flower of Belize, now known as Prosthechea cochleata, has flowers which are unusual in that though the labellum is usually below the column in the orchids, in the members of Prosthechea the labellum forms a "hood" over the column. This makes the flower effectively upside down, or non-resupinate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosthechea_cochleata

Encyclia cochleata by Doris.L: The national flower of Belize, now known as Prosthechea cochleata, has flowers which are unusual in that though the labellum is usually below the column in the orchids, in the members of Prosthechea the labellum forms a "hood" over the column. This makes the flower effectively upside down, or non-resupinate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosthechea_cochleata

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