caladenia


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any of various orchids of the genus Caladenia

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The specimen, which seemed to the author to be a mixture of several species--including the Short Spider-orchid--was determined at the Australian National Herbarium by Dr Mark Clements as Caladenia sp.
Two were Tailed Spider-orchids Caladenia caudata and the other a Spider-orchid Caladenia sp.
Swarts (2007) used ex situ baiting to locate "fungal hotspots" in field sites and proceeded to reintroduce seedlings of critically rare Caladenia huegelii into these areas.
In Australia, Swarts (2007) utilized sterilized millet seed colonized by mycorrhizal fungi to amend soil prior to reintroducing Caladenia huegelii seedlings.
In this paper, we explore the ecological and genetic consequences of pollination by sexual deceit in the orchid Caladenia tentaculata.
Caladenia tentaculata sensu lato is part of a widespread species complex that grows in open forest and woodland in all states of Australia except the Northern Territory (Jones 1988; pers.
longifolia and groups of Glossodia, Caladenia, Diuris, Thelymitra and Microtis.
In particular, flowering Caladenia species have reduced from five to one species, Diuris from three to one species and Glossodia major, once common, has not been sighted.
Biology and natural history of Caladenia. Australian Journal of Botany 57: 247-258.
More recent survey work and understanding of the floristics of MCFFR now recognise an additional eight species and two plant communities that are of significance because they are rare, vulnerable or poorly known at a regional or State level: Summer Spider-orchid Caladenia flavovirens (State significance), Wine-lipped Spider-orchid Caladenia oenochila (State significance), Fringed Helmet-orchid Corybas fimbriatus, Green-striped Greenhood Pterostylis chlorogramma (National and State significance), Cobra Greenhood Pterostylis grandiflora, Red-tipped Greenhood Pterostylis sp.
Male thynnine wasps of various genera also pollinate species of all or most species of Caleana (flying duck orchids-7 species), Caladenia (spider orchids and others-250 species), Chiloglottis (27 species), and Drakaea (hammer orchids-9 species), (Peakall, 1990; Adams & Lawson, 1993; van der Cingel, 2001; Alrich et al., 2008).
* leading annual survey of Caladenia maritima to record the density and extent of the species population;
A single plant of a Spider-orchid, Caladenia sp., was collected on an edge of the outcrop on the 9 November 1968.
In addition, this reserve is one of the sites used in the study of the rare and threatened Eastern Spider Orchid Caladenia orientalis by the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) (now Department of Environment and Primary Industries).
Species of particular significance in terms of known populations on Trust for Nature land include Chariot Wheels Maireana cheelii (Vv), Concave Pomaderris Pomaderris subplicata (Vv), Euroa Guinea-flower Hibbertia humifusa erigens (Vv), Leafy Greenhood Pterostylis cucullata (Ve), Little Pink Spider-orchid Caladenia rosella (Ee), Matted Flax-lily Dianella amoena (Ee), Spiny Rice-flower Pimelea spinibractea spinibractea (Ce), Dwarf Kerrawang Rulingia prostrata (Ee) and Swamp Sheoak Casuarina obesa (e).