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Habenaria medusa orchid

Habenaria medusa orchid


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Filename: ORC_Hab_20080923AM006.jpg

Size: 4000 x 5336 (3.1MB)

Date: 23rd September 2008

Credit: RBG Kew

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Source: Andrew McRobb

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Habenaria medusa orchid

Habenaria medusa is a species of orchid endemic to Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Borneo. Family: Orchidaceae

Media ID 10685351

© RBG KEW

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