Drymoanthus adversus is an epiphytic orchid: it grows on tree trunks or rock outcrops. Its wide-spreading roots anchor it to the host tree. During spring and early summer it sends out a spike with 10–15 tiny, pale green flowers.
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Department of Conservation
Photograph by Dick Veitch
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