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The striking Butterfly-Spider Orchid (Arachnorchis lobata; Formerly: Caldenia lobata) - Stirling Ranges, Western Australia. Captivating and seductive, these stunning macro-photos show the orchid flowers as they charm the animals around them - as featured in the September issue of Austrlalian Geographic.- Picture: Australian Geographic/ Esther Beaton- Australian Geographic | 50 shades of orchid - Garden Dreams

The striking Butterfly-Spider Orchid (Arachnorchis lobata; Formerly: Caldenia lobata) - Stirling Ranges, Western Australia. ~~ Esther Beaton ~ Australian Geographic ~ 50 shades of orchid

This species of orchid, aptly named the Monkey Face Orchid (Dracula simia), was created after Mother Nature decided to do a bit of monkeying .

Monkey Orchid Or Orchis simia pinkish grey orchid flower. It’s lobed Lip looks like monkey face. Commonly found in Russia, Iran and Mediterranean Region. It’s odor is pungent feces like. Sometimes this flower Monkey Orchid also called as Dracula simia.