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Common Donkey Orchid

Diuris corymbusa

Description:

Endemic to the southwest of Western Australia. Flowers about 5cm long, and about 20cm tall. The common name derives from the two petals that stand up like donkey ears.

Habitat:

Dry eucalypt forest of Marri and Jarrah.


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2 Comments

Felix Fleck
Felix Fleck 9 months ago

Indeed! And rather fitting.

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 9 months ago

Lol. Who names these? They are so good! :D

Felix Fleck
Spotted by
Felix Fleck

Western Australia, Australia

Lat: -33.57, Long: 115.98

Spotted on Oct 2, 2011
Submitted on May 12, 2019

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