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Dendrobium macropus subsp. howeanum , commonly known as the bush orchid, is a flowering plant in the orchid family. It is a subspecies of Dendrobium macropus, which occurs in eastern Australia as well as in Fiji and New Caledonia. The subspecific epithet refers to the island to which the subspecies is endemic.
Dendrobium macropus subsp. howeanum Wikipedia
It is an epiphytic orchid with zygomorphic flowers. The flowers are about 14 mm long, pale yellow, with the lowest petal cream, streaked with purple. The flowering season is from September to November.
The plant is endemic to Australia's subtropical Lord Howe Island in the Tasman Sea. It is fairly common throughout the lowland forests of the island.