Comprehensive guide to the native orchids of New Zealand. Includes photos and descriptions of all the species, plus online editions of the NZ Native Orchid Group's journals.
Information, including 35,000 images, on the nearly 3000 species, spanning 134 orchid genera, found on the island. Habitats, research, culture guides, and more. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Dedicated to the cultivation, conservation, and scientific study of native orchids in the Australasian region. Membership, events, judging, and contact information. Publisher of "The Orchadian" journal. Local groups around Aus ...
Caladenias, Cyaniculas, Diuris, Drakaeas, Prasophyllums, Thelymitras and other native species of Western Australia and South Australia. Photographs by Pascal Pernot and E. Delannoy.
Database of Tasmanian native orchid macro images, available for purchase as prints. Photographed and compiled by Peter Fehre, Malcolm Wells, and Peter Tonelli. Tasmania, Australia.
Photographs, arranged into genera, of many of the native orchids found in Australia's southwest region. A printed calendar, featuring orchid photos, is offered. Western Australia, Australia.
Native orchids occurring in Papua New Guinea are featured. Dendrobium, Coelogyne, Bulbophyllum, Spathoglottis, Dendrochilum, Liparis, Vanda, and other genera are shown. Photographs by Nicole and Robert Westerveld.
Australian native orchid photos, both terrestrial and epiphyte, are welcome in this group.
The orchids of South Australia are featured including art, videos, photos, articles, and identification guide information. Multiple contributors. South Australia, Australia.
Photographs of the orchids, complete with common and scientific names, of Western Australia. Book available. Noel Hoffman. Western Australia, Australia.
Dendrobium speciosum specialist. Seedlings and divisions offered. Native distribution map and pictures. Gerry Walsh. Llandilo, New South Wales, Australia.
Photos and information on the native orchids of Victoria. Colin and Mischa. Melton, Victoria, Australia.
Image gallery of wild terrestrial orchids found in South-East Australia. Reiner Richter. Victoria, Australia.
NZNOG members are from throughout New Zealand and abroad and are united in their strong interest in the native orchids of New Zealand.
Exploring Australia in the search for wild orchids. As well as adventure and fun, the need to protect orchid habitats is featured. Australia.
Affiliated with the Australasian Council of Native Orchid Societies. Membership and activity information. Growing, photographing, propagating and conserving native Australian orchids are some of the group's main projects.
Orchid photographs from the Mount Cannibal Reserve. David L Piko. Victoria, Australia.
Dedicated to the cultivation, conservation and scientific study of native orchids in the Australasian region. Membership, activities, and contact information. Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Group of enthusiasts interested in Australia's native orchids and their hybrids. Photo gallery, events, contact, and events information. Bald Hills, Queensland, Australia.
Keys, including many photographs, of the orchid species found on the island of Sumatra. Tun Jang. Rokan Hulu Regency, Riau, Indonesia.
Photos of wild orchids occurring in South Australia. Species list, common names, and flowering seasons. South Australia, Australia.
The WANOSCG aims to promote an interest in, and the conservation of, Western Australian indigenous orchids. The site features many photos of local orchids. Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
Images (close-up and at high resolution) of native orchids, sometimes with their insect visitors, found on the island. Peter Fehre. Blackmans Bay, Tasmania, Australia.
Membership and activities info for the Victorian, Geelong, and Melbourne Suburbs groups. ANOS members are dedicated to the cultivation, conservation and scientific study of native orchids in the Australasian region. Victoria, ...
Promoting the culture, propagation, and preservation of the native orchids of Australasia. Founded in 1964. Forestville, New South Wales, Australia.