Disa

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Disa cylindrical

 

  • Disa cylindrica by Warren Mayers

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Disa densiflora

 

  • Disa densiflora by Karsten Wodrich

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Disa dracomontana

 

  • Disa dracomontana by Lourens Grobler

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Disa draconis

 

  • Disa draconis by Karsten Wodrich 01

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Disa ecalcarata

 

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Disa elegans

 

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Disa esterhuyseniae

 

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Disa extinctoria

 

  • Disa extinctoria by Lourens Grobler

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Disa fasciata

 

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Disa ferruginea

 

  • Disa ferruginea by Karsten Wodrich

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