Orchids
Epipactis muelleri
Ophryrs sphegodes
Dense singed  ( Neotinea ustulata )
Serapes language ( Serapias lingua )
Aceras antropophorum
Orange Monarrch ( Cypripedium calceolus )
Dactylorhiza masculata
Dactylorhiza fuchsii
Epipactis atrorubens
Ophrys lupercalis
 Monkey archids ( Orchis simia )
Epipactis palustris
Neottia bird's nest ( Neottia indus-avis )
Ophrys passionis
Spiranthes spiralis
Epipactis Helleborine
Dactylorhiza sambucina
Orchis militaris
Dactylorhiza majalis
Epipactis distans
Neottia ovata
Epipactis kleinii
Gymnadenia austriaca
Ophrys catalaunica
Ophrys insectifera
Platanthera bifolia
Ophrys lutea
Ophrys subinsectifera
Ophrys scolopax
Ophrys speculum
Orchis pallens
Corallorhiza trifida
Dactylorhiza incarnata

Orchids (Orchidaceae) is the largest family in the plant kingdom. It currently comprises some 25,000 species distributed throughout the world. In Europe 850, and in Catalonia 89.

The flowers of the orchids are very showy and in the tropical regions is where the great majority is concentrated.

In our latitudes the orchids are terrestrial and geófitos, they spend the winter under the ground in the form of rhizome or tuber (underground reserve organs).

Most are hermaphrodites, and no other plant family has so many different strategies, including deception and seduction, to attract insects to their flowers.

 

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