Local Government Partner :: ACT GovernmentSupported by :: Australian Native Plants Society (ANPS) Canberra Region :: Gearys Gap/Wamboin Landcare Group
Home Plants Orchids

Chiloglottis trapeziformis

Diamond ant orchid at Black Mountain

Chiloglottis trapeziformis at Black Mountain - 20 Jun 2015
Request use of media

Identification history

Chiloglottis trapeziformis 30 Jun 2015 TonyWood
Chiloglottis trapeziformis 30 Jun 2015 AaronClausen
Unidentified 20 Jun 2015 AaronClausen

Identify this sighting


Please Login or Register to identify this sighting.

2 comments

   1 Jul 2015
Hi Tony, Any way to tell what these are from the leaves?
TonyWood wrote:
   1 Jul 2015
The pair of opposite prostrate leaves growing in dense clonal colonies identifies it as Chiloglottis, and given its location and being an early spring flowerer it has to be C. trapeziformis.

Please Login or Register to comment.

Location information

Species information

  • Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 16 - 100 Abundance
  • 20 Jun 2015 04:05 PM Recorded on
  • AaronClausen Recorded by
1244277 sightings of 6836 species in 1011 locations from 4131 members
Proudly Australian made, owned and hosted CCA 3.0 | privacy