Corybas is a genus that consists of approximately 120 small terrestrial orchid species. They occur from the foothills of the Himalayas and Southern China, throughout South-East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, to islands near Antarctica and in the Pacific Ocean. Some species belong to the most southern growing orchids.

Text: Rob Böck
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3-Corybas-pictus.-Illustratie-in-Curtis-Botanical-Magazine-uit-1863
1-Corybas-pictus-komt-voor-in-Indonesie-o.a.-Mount-Kinabalujy7Ykur
2-Coribas-pruinosus-Cunn.-Rchb.f.-Rupp.-Orchids-of-New-South-Wales-1943
4-Korybantische-dans.-Houten-bas-relief-Vaticaan-Museum
5-Niet-gebruiken-Korybantische-dans-W.-Smith-A-Dictionary-of-Greek-and-Roman-antiquities-naar-houtgravure-1890
7-Corybas-incurvus-Foto-John-Varigos
6-Corybas-fimbriatus-Foto-John-Varigos
8-Corybas-aconitiflorus-Foto-Jim-Cootes
9-Corybas-diemenicus-Foto-John-Varigos
12.-Corybas-hispidus-Foto-Jan-Meijvogel
11.-Corybas-roseum-Foto-Jan-Meijvogel
10.-Corybas-ecerinatus-Foto-Jan-Meijvogel
14.-Portrait-Rob-Bock
13.-Corybas-stenotribonus-Foto-Jan-Meijvogel
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