Dendrobium discolor Lindl. 1841, commonly called Canary Orchid or Golden Antler Orchid, is an epiphytic and lithopytic growing, large sized orchid species, native to New Guinea and Australia (Queensland).
Jatropha podagrica Hook. 1848, commonly called Buddha Belly, Guatemala Rhubarb, Bottleplant Shrub, Tartogo, Gout Plant or Gout Stick, is a tropical, succulent plant, native to Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.
Dendrobium finisterrae Schltr. 1912, commonly called End of the World Orchid (finisterrae), is an epiphytic growing orchid species, native to the world’s second largest island New Guinea (Papua Island).
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