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Earina autumnalis

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Orchidaceae
Tribe  Epidendreae
Scientific name  Earina autumnalis
Order  Asparagales
Subfamily  Epidendroideae
Subtribe  Glomerinae
Rank  Species
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Similar  Earina mucronata, Earina, Drymoanthus, Winika, Nematoceras

Earina autumnalis, (commonly known as Easter orchid, or in Māori, raupeka) is a species of orchid that is endemic to New Zealand (North and South Islands, plus Chatham Island).

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Its small white flowers produce a strong fragrance - a generally pleasant scent which is often compared to vanilla in nature. It generally occurs as an epiphyte or lithophyte - in the former situation it frequently grows in close association with other endemic orchid species such as Winika cunninghamii.

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References

Earina autumnalis Wikipedia


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