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- Restrepia antennifera, the Antennae-carrying Restrepia, is an epiphytic, miniature species of orchid found at higher altitudes in cool, moist montane...
- Thelymitra antennifera, commonly called the rabbit-eared sun orchid, lemon-scented sun orchid or vanilla orchid is a species of orchid which is native...
- Rchb.f. Synonyms Restrepia striata Rolfe Renanthera striata Rolfe Pleurothallis hawkesii Flickinger Restrepia antennifera ssp. striata (Rolfe) H.Mohr...
- Utricularia antennifera is a terrestrial carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus Utricularia (family Lentibulariaceae). It is endemic to Western Australia...
- Restrepia elegans H.Karst. Synonyms Restrepia erythroxantha Rchb.f. Restrepia leopardina auct. Restrepia antennifera ssp. erythroxantha (Rchb.f.) H.Mohr...
- Three subgenera are recognized. Restrepia aberrans (Panama). Restrepia antennifera : Antennae-carrying Restrepia (W. South America to NW. Venezuela). Restrepia...
- esmeralda Rchb.f. Phalaenopsis esmeralda var. albiflora Rchb.f. Phalaenopsis antennifera Rchb.f. Doritis pulcherrima var. caerulea Fowlie Doritis pulcherrima...
- africana (South Africa) Ceropegia ampliata (South Africa) Ceropegia antennifera (South Africa) Ceropegia arabica (Arabia) Ceropegia arenaria Ceropegia...
- amphorantha K.Schum. & Lauterb. Dischidia angustifolia Miq. Dischidia antennifera Becc. Dischidia asperifolia Schltr. Dischidia astephana Scort. ex King...
- bright red, sometimes yellow flowers. It is a natural hybrid between T. antennifera and T. carnea or T. rubra. Thelymitra × macmillanii is a tuberous, perennial...
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