Description The Tawny Spider Orchid is an endangered orchid species from Victoria and South Australia. It is found in a restricted range in these states. Flowers are produced on stems that grow to 25 cm tall. The flowers are about 8 cm across and pale coloured with red markings. The labellum and dorsal sepal are yellow with reddish or burgundy markings. The labellum has toothed margins and several rows of prominent warts or calli. The dorsal sepal is held upright and the lateral petals and sepals are long and narrow and hang downwards. Flowering is in spring from August to October. The plant has a single basal leaf that grows to about 15 cm long.
Habitat woodland, open forest
Distribution Caladenia fulva is found in south east of South Australia and south west of Victoria