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Cyrtostylis reniformis

Common gnat orchid at suppressed

Cyrtostylis reniformis at suppressed - 20 Jul 2021
Cyrtostylis reniformis at suppressed - 20 Jul 2021
Cyrtostylis reniformis at suppressed - 20 Jul 2021
Cyrtostylis reniformis at suppressed - 20 Jul 2021
Cyrtostylis reniformis at suppressed - 20 Jul 2021
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Identification history

Cyrtostylis reniformis 20 Jul 2021 DerekC
Acianthus sp. 20 Jul 2021 DerekC
Unidentified 20 Jul 2021 tpreston

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User's notes

Orchids on gully bank, south side of Black Mountain reserve.

2 comments

DerekC wrote:
   20 Jul 2021
It is most probably Acianthus collinus because of its later flowering but it will be nice if you are able to also get a return photo when the any flowers are out. It is always best if you are able to see the underside of these leave which should be purple. The underside colour however does does not indicate the species only the genus (Acianthus).
DerekC wrote:
   20 Jul 2021
Sorry the leaf structure and veining suggests these are Cyrtostlis reiformis.

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Species information

  • Highly Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • 20 Jul 2021 10:47 AM Recorded on
  • tpreston Recorded by

Additional information

  • Less than 10cm Plant height

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