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Paph. Landmark<span class="cross"> (glaucophyllum 'OZ' x sanderianum 'Jacobs Ladder' AM/AOS)</span>

Paph. Landmark<span class="cross"> (glaucophyllum 'OZ' x sanderianum 'Jacobs Ladder' AM/AOS)</span>

Cymbidium Yai 'Monica' HCC/AOS, B/CSA | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Cymbidium Yai 'Monica' HCC/AOS, B/CSA | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Zygopetalum Imagination 'Chocolate Blueberry' x Zygo. Artur Elle 'Tanzanite'

Zygopetalum Imagination 'Chocolate Blueberry' x Zygo. Artur Elle 'Tanzanite'

Epc. Rene Marques 'Flamethrower' HCC/AOS - RF Orchids Store

Epc. Rene Marques 'Flamethrower' HCC/AOS - RF Orchids Store

Galeopetalum Starburst 'Parkside' AM/AOS (Galeottia fimbriata x Zygopetalum Jumpin Jack) Z-22529 | Flickr - © Orchids by Hausermann

Galeopetalum Starburst 'Parkside' AM/AOS (Galeottia fimbriata x Zygopetalum Jumpin Jack) Z-22529 | Flickr - © Orchids by Hausermann

'Sogo Phalaenopsis Gotris' | dec 31 phalaenopsis cattleya phalaenopsis stem propagated phalaenopsis ...

'Sogo Phalaenopsis Gotris' | dec 31 phalaenopsis cattleya phalaenopsis stem propagated phalaenopsis ...

Dendrobium amboinense Hook. 1856 From Amboin of the Moluccas Islands, a hot to warm growing orchid.

Dendrobium amboinense Hook. 1856 From Amboin of the Moluccas Islands, a hot to warm growing orchid.

Explore *Kytta* photos on Flickr. *Kytta* has uploaded 556 photos to Flickr.

Explore *Kytta* photos on Flickr. *Kytta* has uploaded 556 photos to Flickr.

The forests of New Guinea harbour a rich variety of flowering plants. Orchids are the prime example of this plant diversity, and 100 new orchid species from New Guinea were officially described between 1998 and 2008 alone. These include the magnificent pink Dendrobium limpidum from Papua New Guinea, described in 2003

New Guinea's newly discovered species - in pictures

The forests of New Guinea harbour a rich variety of flowering plants. Orchids are the prime example of this plant diversity, and 100 new orchid species from New Guinea were officially described between 1998 and 2008 alone. These include the magnificent pink Dendrobium limpidum from Papua New Guinea, described in 2003

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