国外著名作家Michael Pollan和美国国家地理摄影师Christian Ziegler共同为大家拍摄诠释了世界野生兰花的诱惑之美，使我们从中可以了解到，不论从热带雨林到寒冷北极，还是从半沙漠地带到遍布岩石的山边，这些美丽的兰花如何以诱惑之美，在最恶劣的环境中实现生存和发展。
Eleanthus sp.being pollinated by a male magnificent hummingbird. The orchidâ's violet-colored pollen package can be seen at the tip of the hummingbirds beak. Most bird-pollinated orchids haveevolved dark.
Each orchid species in the Ophrys genus attracts a different bee species as its pollinator. They do this by producing perfect imitations of the pheromones of the appropriate female bees.
Studio portrait of Caladenia discoidea, one of the bee orchid species. Western Australia
a lowland orchid from Panama
Bird orchid (Pterostylis sp.) in its habitat, an old groth Shea Oak forest.
King spider orchid (Caladenia pectinata) being visited by its pollinator, a male parasitic wasp which is attracted to the flower by a faux female wasp pheromone.
A male orchid bee approaches a sweet-scented Catasetum viridiflavum. Barro Colorado Island, Panama
The intricately designed flower of this variety effectively functions as a bee trap As a male bee tries to collect the flowers scent, it slips down the inner walls of the blossom, eventually ending up.
Donkey orchids are food deceptive they lure in bees and other nectar feeding insects by looking like nectar rich legumes that live in the same habitat.