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BulbophyllumFH2_9214 20130226 1242 sambiranense | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Telipogon thomasii - Found in Ecuador and Peru in upper montane cloud forests at elevations of 2500 meters as a miniature-sized, cold-growing epiphyte that dies back after blooming and takes a rest until the next growth season.

Telipogon thomasii - Found in Ecuador and Peru in upper montane cloud forests at elevations of 2500 meters as a miniature-sized, cold-growing epiphyte that dies back after blooming and takes a rest until the next growth season.

Gongora grossa, which was described in the Gardeners' Chronicle in 1877, is native to Ecuador, Colombia   and Venezuela. Photo by Greg Allikas.

Gongora grossa, which was described in the Gardeners' Chronicle in 1877, is native to Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela. Photo by Greg Allikas.

Bartholina ('spider orchids'), two species in the Western Cape, ranging into the Eastern, Western and Northern Cape; prominent is the deeply dissected, spider-like lip. Bartholina is an orchid genus native to South Africa and Namibia. It is a member of the Fynbos plant kingdom.

Bartholina ('spider orchids'), two species in the Western Cape, ranging into the Eastern, Western and Northern Cape; prominent is the deeply dissected, spider-like lip. Bartholina is an orchid genus native to South Africa and Namibia. It is a member of the Fynbos plant kingdom.

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