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Group members post photos of Cattleya species and hybrids.

Flickr: Cattleya

Pictures of the Cattleya family of orchids, both hybrids and species.

Flickr: Cattleya (Laeliinae) Orchids, Hybrids and Species

Range of orchid species and hybrids (and Tillandsia) offered.  Attending events calendar.  Established 1983.  Grossraeschen, Brandenburg, Germany.

Gärtnerei Lehradt

Catalog of orchid species available.  Photos.  Antonio Schmidt.  Assis, São Paulo, Brazil.

Bela Vista Orchids

Orchid culture guides and photo gallery.  Species and hybrids offered.  Some flasks.  Nederweert-Eind. Netherlands.

Claessen Orchideeën

Selection of orchids that includes several genera.  Growing supplies and services are also available.  Established in 1939.  George Jr. and Paula Hausermann.  DeLand, Florida, USA.

EFG Orchids

Orchid genera offered includes Oncidium, Dendrobium, Cattleya, Zygopetalum, and Phalaenopsis.  Marko Holm.  Established in 1976.  Bedburg-Hau, Germany.

Orchideen Holm

Orchids (mostly species) offered for sale.  Photos, distribution, and cultivation information.  Taiwan.

Native Orchids

Several genera offered including Cattleya, Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, Paphiopedilum, and Dendrobium.  Books, picture gallery, and wholesale pricing information.   Taipei, Taiwan.

Formosa Orchids

Thai orchid exporter with a selection of genera available including Vanda, Dendrobium, Oncidium, Cattleya, and Phalaenopsis. Don Muang, Bangkok, Thailand.

Kultana Orchids

The IOSPE has photos and information on over 20,000 orchid species. Edited with help from many taxonomists. Orchid travel photos.  Orchid design jewellery offered.  Jay Pfahl.  Key West, Florida, USA.

Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia

Information, including photographs, about orchid species found in south Brazil.   Luiz Filipe Varella and Jacques Klein.  Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Orquídeas do Rio Grande do Sul

Lab propagated and nursery grown Colombian orchid species are offered.  Unique glass bubbles are also available for growing miniature orchids.  Nursery locations in Ginebra at 1000m elevation and El Barranco at 1800m.  Andrea Niessen and Juan Carlos Uribe.  Cali, Colombia.

Orquídeas del Valle

Variety of orchids, supplies, books and equipment offered.  FAQs.  Plant of the week.  Established 1978.  Plymouth, Minnesota, USA.

Orchid Web - Orchids Limited

Orchids offered include Vandas, Paphiopedilums, Phragmipediums, Cattleyas, Phalaenopsis and Oncidiums.  Classic botanical prints are also available.  Mark Srull and Joan Bateman.  Walla Walla, Washington, USA.

Orchidaceae

Selection of orchids available includes Cattleya, Epidendrum, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis, and Oncidium.  Orchid growing supplies are also offered.  Established 2012.  Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.

Orquidario El Vergel

Grower, retailer, and wholesaler of subtropical and temperate orchids that do well in coastal Australian climates.   Established 1994.  Habana (Central Coast), Queensland, Australia.

Orchids Mackay

Online catalog with a wide range of orchid species offered.  Established 1995.  Arealva, São Paulo, Brazil.

Orquidário Bom Senhor

Species and hybrids offered.  Third generation family run business.   Niteroi and Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Florália

Several genera offered including Cattleya, Laelia, Paphiopedilum, and Bulbophyllum.  United States distributor of Cattleya species from Wenzel Orchids, Brazil.  Apopka, Florida, USA.

Krull-Smith

Engaging articles, videos, and photos focusing on diverse topics from orchid culture to specific species details.  Spain.

Orquídeas Blog de Angel Mar

Wide variety of orchid species, and growing supplies, for sale.  Established 1999.  Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná, Brazil.

Orquidário Da Tribo

Photos, descriptions, and cultivation information for many orchid species.  Elisabete Delfini.  Americana, São Paulo, Brazil.

Blog da Bete Orquideas

Photos of Cattleya intermedia, including many in their natural environments.

Flickr: Cattleya intermedia