Labellum with two rows of calli between the column wings, mid lobe with marginal calli only
Habitat: Open manuka/kanuka scrub.
Key features: Orange tip to labellum, often curled under; variable flower colour - usually white but from pink to deep red, often at the same site.
Habitat: Scrub and open forest in dappled shade, on road and track sides. North Cape to Nelson.
Key features: Small size and broad, round tipped petals and sepals, strong pink to dark red, fading towards the base.
Habitat: Lowland to montane in well lit native forest, manuka scrub and exotic pine.
Key features: Generally larger size, green column top and extra calli on the labellum, alongside two main rows between the labellum wings.
Habitat: Well lit scrub and track sides. Far north mainly but isolated colonies occur in Coromandel, Uruti and Aorangi ranges.
Key features: Distinguished by its particular pale pink colour and tepals that abruptly taper to a very acute tip.
Habitat: Lowland to subalpine scrub, well lit native or pine forest.
Key features: Pale greenish-white flowers with long lateral calli on the midlobe.
Labellum with 4-6 rows of calli between the column wings, continuing down the mid lobe
Habitat: Open scrub or forest; lowland to montane. Throughout the North Island and in the northern South Island
Key features: Dark maroon-black calli on the labellum midlobe.
Habitat: Montane scrub; sphagnum wetlands at lower altitudes. Mt. Moehau southwards.
Key features: Two different sized hairy leaves and quite large white flower.