Description The Narrow-lip Spider Orchid is a terrestrial orchid with a narrow labellum or lip. The dorsal sepal is curved upwards, the lateral petals and sepals also curve upwards somewhat and are narrow and taper to a point forming a star shape. Flowering is in spring from September to November. The flowers are yellow greenish and often have red markings on the labellum and dorsal sepal. The flowering stems grow to 45 cm tall with one or two flowers per stem. The leaves are long and hairy. It is similar to the Kangaroo Island Spider-orchid (Caladenia ovata ).
Habitat woodland, forest
Distribution Caladenia leptochila is found in scattered populations in south east New South Wales, Victoria and south east South Australia.