Nidularium innocentii regeliodes ©

The genus Nidularium was established in 1854 by Leman. The name refers to characteristic nestling of the flowers in the center of the rosette. Nearly all Nidulariums grow in the rain forests of eastern Brazil close to or on the ground.

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Nidularium 'Francois Spae'

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Nidularium regelioides

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