Labellum (Orchidaceae)

In botany, the labellum (or lip) is either of the 2 parts of a bilabiate corolla or calyx of an orchid or Canna, that serves to attract insects, which pollinate the flower, and acts as a landing platform for them.
Català: Label
Čeština: Pysk
Deutsch: Lippe
Eesti: Huul
English: Lip
Español: Labelo
Français : Labelle
Italiano: Labello
עברית: שפית
Nederlands: Lip
日本語: 唇弁
Polski: Warżka
Português: Labelo
Русский: Губа
Suomi: Huuli
中文:唇瓣

LabellumEdit

AciantheraEdit

AerangisEdit

AngraecumEdit

BifrenariaEdit

BrassiaEdit

BulbophyllumEdit

CattleyaEdit

ChloraeaEdit

CoelogyneEdit

CoilostylisEdit

DendrobiumEdit

DendrochilumEdit

DraculaEdit

EpidendrumEdit

GomesaEdit

HelciaEdit

LaeliaEdit

MaxillariaEdit


PaphiniaEdit

PescatoriaEdit

PhalaenopsisEdit

PhragmipediumEdit

RhyncholaeliaEdit

ScuticariaEdit

SerapiasEdit

StanhopeaEdit

SteniaEdit

VanillaEdit