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Monkey Orchids

These amazing monkey face orchids are usually secretively hidden nearly metres above eye-level in the cloud forests of south-eastern Ecuadorian and Peruvian. But Eeerkia Schulz, a amateur photographer and enthusiastic flowers collector has […]

Monkey Orchid (Dracula Simia)

"Orchis Simia" -- also known as the 'Monkey Orchid' Look at those terrifying yet adorable faces! This is the craziest looking plant I have ever seen!

Orquidea ou Mico Leão?

Monkey Orchid Or Orchis simia pinkish grey orchid flower. It’s lobed Lip looks like monkey face. Commonly found in Russia, Iran and Mediterranean Region. It’s odor is pungent feces like. Sometimes this flower Monkey Orchid also called as Dracula simia.

Monkey face orchids

Monkey face orchids- I can't believe these are actual natural flowers

Orchid (Dracula Saulii) looks like little monkeys, huh?

Saul's Dracula Orchid - Dracula saulii an epiphytic orchid in the genus Dracula. And these two look like a pair of monkeys!

The beautiful Monkey Orchid is extremely rare, beautiful and precious. It is found in Ecuador, South America

The Enchanting Dracula Orchid looks like a monkey :: Dracula venefica; Flowers Winter to Spring producing blooms, successively. Found in Colombia.

Dracula radio-syndactyla - love all the monkey orchids

Dracula radio-syndactyla - love all the monkey orchids. Thats cool lookin.

158 Likes, 13 Comments - Places2Brazilian Travel Blog (@places2) on Instagram: “E o que dizer da Orquídea Alien?! ”

Orchis italica, "Naked Man Orchid/Naked Fairy Orchid Native to the Mediterranean. This species of orchid looks like many other European orchids with its bright pink, densely clustered flowers.

Monkey Orchid Flower | gardening | Pinterest | Monkey Orchid, Orchids ...

Orchis simia (Monkey Orchid) photographed by Tony Hughes Kent Nature Conservation Trust Reserve Kaitoula Tou Rodolfou Maslarova

OrchidCraze: MAHA Orchid Show 2012

OrchidCraze: MAHA Orchid Show Cattleya maxima 'coerulea'