Platylepis

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Platylepis glandulosa

 

Description

Creeping terrestrial becoming erect, up to 500mm tall. Leaves evident only on the bottom half of the erect section, stalked with conspicuous veins, egg shaped, up to 50mm long. Inflorescence congested, ovoid, conspicuously hairy, up to 100mm tall. Flowers green to greenish brown and white, lip white. Median sepal forms a hood with the petals. This genus has only one species.   

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