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Sudamerlycaste locusta -  Endemic to Peru

Sudamerlycaste locusta - Endemic to Peru

It is named Monkey Face Orchid & is usually found in forests of southeastern Ecuador and Peru at elevations of 1000 to 2000 meters on mountains. The smell of this flower is just like a ripe orange when it is fully blossomed.

Amazing Orchids That Just Look Like Animals

monkey face orchid, Dracula simia - It's not an animal - they are real, non-photoshoped, orchids! Check out the Flying Ducks!

Psychopsis kramerianum  Found from Costa Rica to Peru at altitudes of 200 to 1000 meters as a hot to warm growing epiphyte with small dollar shaped psuedobulbs with spotted undersides of leaves and a 3' long, erect, 1 to 2 flowered at a time, successive opening inflorescence with ovate-triangular bracts. These inflorescence, if left alone can bloom for years so do not cut them. Also known as Oncidium kramerianum Rchb. f. 1855; Oncidium nodosum Morren 1874; Oncidium papilio var. kramerianum…

Psychopsis kramerianum Found from Costa Rica to Peru at altitudes of 200 to 1000 meters as a hot to warm growing epiphyte 1 to 2 flowers at a time. These inflorescence, if left alone can bloom for years so do not cut them.

Masdevallia constricta by Pontus_GBG, via Flickr

Masdevallia constricta orchid -- Whoops, this means I have a misplaced orchid on my Tropical Plants board.

Lepanthes katleri, an Epiphytic Orchid from Cloud Forests of Brazil / Peru, Luscious  Luxurious Beauty

Lepanthes katleri, an Epiphytic Orchid from Cloud Forests of Brazil / Peru, Luscious & luxurious beauty (To me, it looks like a cuttlefish!

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Orchid: Telipogon thomasii - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Orchid: 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.

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