There are too many Maxillaria species to count, but this long
peteled Pink and white species would certainly be worth
The hydroelectric dam that supplies Ecuador the
power it needs, is nestled in a orchid rich mountain

    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.

    If you are interested in having Ken give his
    presentation to your organization or group,
    please click the link below and visit our web
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Another elleanthus - this time a bright purple and white
variety.  Even among the genus, there is much variety.
Our first find of Phrag. bessae.  Growing on an almost vertical rock
surface covered in moss and dripping wet from the cloud forest
just above.
Ecuador 2003
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