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From monkey face orchid to naked man: The 12 weirdest phalaenopsis orchid types | HellaWella

From monkey face orchid to naked man: The 12 weirdest phalaenopsis orchid types

The "moth orchid" might be nicknamed for its supposed resemblance to a moth in flight, but it looks like a bird’s head to us. This genus is comprised of about 60 species and can be found in southeast Asia, the Philippines and northern Australia.

Bulbophyllum [ 2 species flowering at the same time ]

Bulbophyllum [ 2 species flowering at the same time ]

Dendrobium Punamense

Doesn't this orchid look like teeth? Add this to a unit on teeth and talk how plants mimic other things to attract pollinators and scare away things that would it.

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