Proudly supported by :: ACT Government :: Australian Native Plants Society (ANPS) Canberra Region NatureMapr NatureMapr

OrchidDiuris semilunulata   

Late leopard orchid at Mount Majura

Diuris semilunulata at Mount Majura - 14 Oct 2018

Identification history

Orchid Diuris semilunulata 14 Oct 2018 TonyWood
Orchid Diuris pardina 14 Oct 2018 petersan

3 comments

TonyWood wrote:
   14 Oct 2018
Peter, looks more like D. semilunulata
waltraud wrote:
   15 Oct 2018
Tony, could you please remind us what the main feature(s) is (are) that distinguishes D pardina from semilunulata?
TonyWood wrote:
   15 Oct 2018
The main feature of D. semilunulata is the broadly rounded labellum side lobe. It is yellow orange in general appearance. D. pardina tends to be more heavily marked with dark red-brown, noticeably on the back of the petals. D. semilunulata flowers a bit later than D. pardina.

Please Login or Register to comment.

Location information

Species information

  • Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 Abundance
  • 14 Oct 2018 7:58 AM Recorded on
  • petersan Recorded by
  • Website Reported via
Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness Frogwatch ACT and Region Budawang Coast Nature Map Southern Highlands Nature Map Noosa Shire Nature Map Albury Wodonga Nature Map
1188942 sightings of 5363 species in 1190 locations from 2413 members
Powered by NatureMapr |  Canberra Nature Map operates under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia |  Privacy