Description The Caladenia versicolor is a ground orchid with white or pink flowers. The lateral sepals and petals are typical spider flower shape being long an thin tapering to a trailing brownish tails. The labellum is pink with reddish toothed margins and reddish bumps or warts (known as calli). Flowers are produced on stems about 25 cm tall with one or two flowers per stem. The plant flowers in spring from around September to November. It is listed as endangered in South Australia and Victoria under the relevant state acts.
Height about 25cm
Habitat open woodland, open forest
Distribution Caladenia versicolor is found in western Victoria and the south east of South Australia