[ mˈake͡əɹˌanθəɹə tˈɔːtɪfˌɒlɔ͡ɪə], [ mˈakeəɹˌanθəɹə tˈɔːtɪfˌɒlɔɪə], [ m_ˈa_k_eə_ɹ_ˌa_n_θ_ə_ɹ_ə t_ˈɔː_t_ɪ_f_ˌɒ_l_ɔɪ_ə]
Related words: purple stem sundew, purple stem cactus, purple stem orchid, pink cactus, pink orchid, pink cactus plant, purple orchid plant
How to use "Machaeranthera tortifoloia" in context?
Machaeranthera Tortifoloia, commonly known as Madagascar doily orchid, is a species of orchid endemic to the island of Madagascar.
This epiphytic or lithophytic orchid has a single tuberous, crass-leaved stem reaching up to 12 centimetres in height and wide. The leaves are opposite and leathery, measuring up to 5 centimetres long and wide. The green flowers are hermaphrodite, have lobes that are triangular in cross-section, and are borne on a long stem. The flowers are pollinated by bees.
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