The group assembles at the
equator for a photo to remember
the trip by.
Pleurothallus truncata with its bright orange flowers

    Ken has been traveling to South America for
    over 10 years, taking hundreds of pictures
    of orchids in their native habitats.  Ken has
    put together an excellent presentation on
    "Orchids of Ecuador" using these photos in
    a PowerPoint presentation.

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    presentation to your organization or group,
    please click the link below and visit our web
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Beautiful heart shaped leave
of the pleurothallus dwarf
the tiny clam shaped flowers
blooming out of the center of
the leaves.
Cyrtochilum seratum flower spikes are
easy to find.  Now follow the flowers to
find the plant - nestled in the
underbrush often hidden from prying
eyes.
Ecuador 2002
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