Dunsborough spider orchid

The stunning Dunsborough spider orchid is Critically Endangered – it’s only found in a small area near (wait for it… ;)) Dunsborough in the south west of WA. Historically, land clearing had a major impact on this species, but current threats include invasive weeds, grazing by native & exotic animals, trampling by people, inappropriate fire regimes & low recruitment rates (few plants develop seed without artificial assistance). They live in woodlands, & flower from September to October.

To help protect threatened flora & fauna in WA, 50%+ of the profits from all sales of this print are donated to the Conservation Council of Western Australia.

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Bring the beauty of WA wildflowers into your home & help save threatened species at the same time.

Please note that the watermark won’t be included on your print.

Prints: Your print will be created on lustre paper, so it will have all the beautiful colour saturation of glossy paper without the glare, and it will also have the fingerprint resistance of matte (so it’s the best of both worlds!).

Canvas prints: You canvas artwork will be printed on premium 100% archival cotton canvas & coated with a non-toxic water-based UV coating.

Ready-to-hang stretched canvases: Your ready-to-hang canvas artwork will be printed on premium 100% archival cotton canvas, stretched over locally-sourced sustainable plantation pine & coated with a non-toxic water-based UV coating.

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Print size

8 x 10" (20.5 x 25.5cm) print, 11 x 14" (28 x 35.5cm) print, 16 x 20" (40.5 x 51cm) print, 8 x 10" (20.5 x 25.5cm) canvas print, 11 x 14" (28 x 35.5cm) canvas print, 16 x 20" (40.5 x 51cm) canvas print, 8 x 10" (20.5 x 25.5cm) ready-to-hang canvas, 11 x 14" (28 x 35.5cm) ready-to-hang canvas, 16 x 20" (40.5 x 51cm) ready-to-hang canvas

Cleopatra's needles orchid (Thelymitra apiculata)

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