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A Orquídea

  A Orquídea

Discussion forum and many pages of information about orchids, with the focus on species found in Brazil. Mário A G Leal. Brazil.

Brazilian Orchids

  Brazilian Orchids

Orchid photos, history, anatomy, flowering periods, art gallery, care tips. Orchid quiz. Books. Online magazine the "Orchid News". Delfina de Araujo. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Cattleya Orchid Source

  Cattleya Orchid Source

Species and culture information for the genus Cattleya, and several related other genera. John Denson. Fort Riley, Kansas, USA.

El Pahuma Orchid Reserve

  El Pahuma Orchid Reserve

Cloud forest orchid reserve with over 200 species is located about an hour from Quito, Ecuador. Botanical garden near the reserve entrance to learn about the diversity of montane forest plants.

Festival de la Orquidea

  Festival de la Orquidea

Beginning in 2001, this annual festival promotes the conservation and appreciation of the region's orchids. Concepción, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Jardín Botánico Las Orquídeas

  Jardín Botánico Las Orquídeas

Promoting the conservation and scientific research of Amazon basin orchids. Environmental education programs. Guided tours offered. Volunteers welcome. Puyo, Ecuador.

Las Orquideas en Bolivia

  Las Orquideas en Bolivia

Descriptions and distribution of Bolivian orchids. Photos. Roberto Vasquez. Bolivia.

Lorena Endara Orchid Projects

  Lorena Endara Orchid Projects

Orchid research projects with a focus on Ecuador species. Lorena Endara at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Gainesville, Florida, USA.

Lou Jost

  Lou Jost

New plant discoveries, articles, and online books. Monograph of the genus Teagueia. Lou Jost, orchid hunter. Banos, Ecuador.

Orquídeas do Rio Grande do Sul

  Orquídeas do Rio Grande do Sul

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