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Bartholina is an orchid genus native to South Africa and Namibia.[1]

A member of the Fynbos plant kingdom, Bartholina is also known as the "spider orchid". The common name comes from the array of long, narrow petal lobes s that surround the flower, said to resemble the legs of a spider.

The genus is named after the seventeenth century Danish scientist Thomas Bartholin.

Two species are recognized:[1]

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Bartholina: Brief Summary
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Bartholina is an orchid genus native to South Africa and Namibia.

A member of the Fynbos plant kingdom, Bartholina is also known as the "spider orchid". The common name comes from the array of long, narrow petal lobes s that surround the flower, said to resemble the legs of a spider.

The genus is named after the seventeenth century Danish scientist Thomas Bartholin.

Two species are recognized:

Bartholina burmanniana (L.) Ker Gawl. (syn, Bartholina pectinata) - Cape Province Bartholina etheliae Bolus - Namibia and Cape Province
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