|Pink Candy Orchid Caladenia (or Arachnorchis) hirta Paynes Find, inland Western Australia.|
|Little Pink Fairies Caladenia reptans (at least everyone agrees that this is still Caladenia!), |
Boyagin Rock, south-west Western Australia.
|Purple-heart Fingers Caladenia (or Petalochilus) hillmanii, near Nowra, New South Wales.|
The members of this (sub-)genus are notoriously variable in colour.
|Pink (or Rosy) Caps Caladenia (or Stegostyla) congesta, Canberra.|
The beautiful black 'tongue' makes this a favourite of mine.
|Pink (or Purple!) Donkey Orchid Diuris punctata, Tallong, southern tablelands New South Wales.|
Striking in a genus of mostly yellow flowers; the flower purportedly resembles a donkey's face.
|Parson's Bands Eriochilus cuculatus, south of Canberra.|
A delicate little group of orchids, dominated by a pair of lateral sepals far larger than the other flower parts.
Flowers in summer, unusually around here.
|Pink Sun Orchid Thelymitra carnea, Canberra.|
Opens fully only on hot sunny days.
|Epidendrum syringothingus, near Machu Picchu, Peru.|
At least some members of both this genus and the next are known to be pollinated by hummingbirds.
|Sobralia dichotoma, near Machu Picchu, Peru.|