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Diuris chryseopsis

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Orchidaceae
Genus  Diuris
Order  Asparagales
Subfamily  Orchidoideae
Rank  Species
Similar  Diuris pardina, Diuris, Diuris orientis, Diuris sulphurea, Glossodia major

Diuris chryseopsis, commonly known as the small snake orchid or common golden moths, is a species of orchid that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. It is found in grassy woodland habitats, often in colonies. Its golden-yellow flowers are held on 10–30 cm stems rising above the grass-like leaves.

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Diuris chryseopsis Wikipedia


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