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orchid US English

A plant with complex flowers that are typically showy or bizarrely shaped, having a large specialized lip (labellum) and frequently a spur. Orchids occur worldwide, especially as epiphytes in tropical forests, and are valuable hothouse plants

bee orchid US English

A European orchid with a flower that resembles a bee

frog orchid US English

A small orchid with inconspicuous green flowers, growing chiefly on calcareous grassland in north temperate regions

fly orchid US English

A European woodland orchid with flowers that resemble flies

man orchid US English

A European orchid of calcareous grassland with greenish-yellow flowers which have a lip resembling a human figure

spider orchid US English

An orchid with a flower that is said to resemble a spider

lizard orchid US English

A tall orchid with greenish flowers that have a very long twisted lip and a goat-like smell. It has spread from the Mediterranean area to more northern parts of Europe

fringed orchid US English

A North American orchid with a flower that has a fringed lip

spotted orchid US English

A common Eurasian orchid with spotted leaves and flowers varying from purple to white, with darker markings on the lip

butterfly orchid US English

An epiphytic wild orchid of South America with large yellow and red flowers that somewhat resemble a butterfly in shape

pyramidal orchid US English

A small orchid of calcareous grassland, with a conical spike of pinkish-purple flowers

bird's-nest orchid US English

A European woodland orchid that lacks chlorophyll, the whole plant being yellowish-brown. It obtains nourishment by linking its nestlike mass of thick roots to a soil-dwelling fungus from which it absorbs nutrients

coralroot US English

A leafless orchid that has inconspicuous flowers and lacks chlorophyll. It has a pale knobbly rhizome that obtains nourishment from decaying organic matter

common spotted orchid in spotted orchid US English

A common Eurasian orchid with spotted leaves and flowers varying from purple to white, with darker markings on the lip

heath spotted orchid in spotted orchid US English

A common Eurasian orchid with spotted leaves and flowers varying from purple to white, with darker markings on the lip

orchid English-Spanish

orquídea feminine