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

Caladenia moschata

Musky caps at Black Mountain

Caladenia moschata at Black Mountain - 20 Oct 2015
Request use of media

Identification history

Caladenia moschata 21 Oct 2015 TonyWood
Caladenia moschata 20 Oct 2015 MattM
Unidentified 20 Oct 2015 UserqkWhnHBE

Identify this sighting


Please Login or Register to identify this sighting.

2 comments

   21 Oct 2015
It is one of the White species of Caladenia. I leave it to the orchid experts to determine which one.
MattM wrote:
   21 Oct 2015
I assume it's C. moschata, but it's a little hard to tell given the labellum is presented head on. With a bit more of an angle, we would be able to see if it is C. ustulata which has frilly "teeth" along the entire edge of the labellum. Having said that, C. ustulata seems to almost be done for the year.

Please Login or Register to comment.

Location information

Species information

  • Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 16 - 100 Abundance
  • 20 Oct 2015 12:31 PM Recorded on
  • UserqkWhnHBE Recorded by

Additional information

  • True In flower

Record quality

  • Images or audio
  • More than one media file
  • Confirmed by an expert moderator
  • Nearby sighting(s) of same species
  • GPS evidence of location
  • Description
  • Additional attributes
1245128 sightings of 6858 species in 1011 locations from 4156 members
Proudly Australian made, owned and hosted CCA 3.0 | privacy