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Lizard Orchid (himantoglossum hircinum)

Impressive in stature, nearly a metre tall. A British native from Essex and Kent but seen here in the scrub behind the sand dunes at Les Roches, Vendée, France - June, 2013

Brassavola perrinii. Found in Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and possibly Argentina at elevations of 1980 to 2580 meters as a small to medium sized, cool to cold growing epiphyte with slender, terete, stems carrying a single, apical, narrow, terete leaf that blooms on a short, 3 to 6 flowered inflorescence with fragrant flowers that occurs in the spring and summer.

Brassavola perrinii - Evening Fragrant Species - Orchid Forum by The Orchid Source