The Naked Man Orchid, also known as the Hanging Man Orchid. These flowers are native to the Mediterranean regions and resemble tiny little hanging naked men, from their dotted eyes and smiles right down to their little, but proud you-know-whats.
Orchis simia - Monkey Orchid Sometimes called the Naked Hanging Men Orchid. As is often the case, in real life it is not as big as it looks.
Naked Man Orchids are a protected species and native to Austrailia. I need to go to Austrailia and take a picture with a Naked Man Orchid. Since I can't buy one
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Nature has a great sense of humour. This Exotic Orchid is called Hanging Naked Men.It is called Orchis Italica, or The Naked Man Orchid.
These beautiful orchids are not man made, although they may seem like it to us. They come from the south-eastern Ecuadorian and Peruvian cloud forests. They only grow at heights of km above sea level, and so are quite hard to come by.
This is a small gallery of Monkey Orchids (Dracula simia, vampire monkey -- like those creepy f***ers from The Wizard of Oz). They're found in the highest rainforests of Ecuador and Peru and uncannily resemble little monkey faces.
Certain Monkey Orchids even display a furry appearance, a brown coloration, and a tail-like structure, making the apeish resemblance even more uncanny.
They are known as monkey orchids because of their striking resemblance to a monkey or baboon’s face. super cute this flowers are just so cool.
Tacca Chantrieri a. black bat flower or devil flower plant. Native to SE Asia inc. Thailand, Malaysia & S China.
black bat orchid looks more like a black cat
Bat Orchid This fantastic black flower has whiskers dangling down from its centre. These have earned it the name of the bat orchids. It should be grown in a hot conservatory, as it loves heat and humidity.
Tacca Chantrieri grows wild in the tropical forest in Yunnan Province, China, where it can get as tall as 36 inches meters). There are different color types, including white and brown, both retaining the whiskers of the black variety.
black "bat" orchid.
This is a Bee Orchid, which Resembles The Back of a Female Bee in order To Lure Male Bees to Land and unintentionally Pollinate The Orchid.
Paphiopedilum Orchid Slipper Orchid Paphiopedilum Orchid | The Paphiopedilums (genus Paphiopedilum) often abbreviated Paph and colloquially known as paphs in horticulture are flowering plants in the orchid family (Orchidaceae). It contains about 80 accepted species nowadays, some of which are natural hybrids. These slipper orchids are native to South China, India, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands, and form their own subtribe, the Paphiopedilinae.
The skull-shaped Snapdragon Flower Dragon(Antirrhinum majus) seed pod. The Antirrhinum, commonly known as the snapdragon has been a popular garden plant for many years. Also known as the dragon flower, its common name derives from the resemblance of the f
Geum Urbanum - known as Wood Avens, the herb Bennet, Colewort and St. Benedict's herb - is a perennial plant in the rose family which grows in shady places in Europe and the Middle East (photo by Frank Dereralso)