Description The Smooth-lipped Spider Orchid is an unusual spider orchid endemic to the south west of Western Australia. It has unusual red and green and yellowish flowers with long upwards curved lateral sepals. The labellum has three lobes and smooth edges (giving it the species name of integra). The long upright stems produce a single flower. Flowering is in spring from September to October. It has a single long narrow leaf to about 20 cm long, and flowers from a slender stem. The plant grows from an underground tuber.
Height 20cm - 50cm
Habitat woodland, open forest
Distribution Caladenia integra is found in south west of Western Australia in an area east of Perth and north of Albany.