Floral mimicry in Oncidioid orchids
Extensive radiation in oncidioid orchids (subtribe Oncidiinae) has resulted in over 1,700 species in tropical America in some 70 genera. They exhibit a wide range of habitats, occurring terrestrially or, more commonly, epiphytically and can be found from sea level to the Andean paramós and from deserts to rainforests.
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