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Monkey-faced orchid, also known as "monkey-faced orchid". Named for its resemblance to a monkey's face, it grows mainly in southeastern Ecuador and Peru. "Monkey face" and "monkey mouth" are made up of flowers in the innermost

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Monkey-faced orchid, also known as "monkey-faced orchid". Named for its resemblance to a monkey's face, it grows mainly in southeastern Ecuador and Peru.

The "monkey face" and "monkey mouth" are composed of the innermost petals of the flower, the three sepals that resemble petals form the outermost outline of the "monkey face", and the "monkey nose" is composed of flower buds and flower pillars.

Monkey-faced orchid, also known as "monkey-faced orchid". Named for its resemblance to a monkey's face, it grows mainly in southeastern Ecuador and Peru. "Monkey face" and "monkey mouth" are made up of flowers in the innermost
Monkey-faced orchid, also known as "monkey-faced orchid". Named for its resemblance to a monkey's face, it grows mainly in southeastern Ecuador and Peru. "Monkey face" and "monkey mouth" are made up of flowers in the innermost
Monkey-faced orchid, also known as "monkey-faced orchid". Named for its resemblance to a monkey's face, it grows mainly in southeastern Ecuador and Peru. "Monkey face" and "monkey mouth" are made up of flowers in the innermost

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