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OrchidWiz Species World Map

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by Alex Maximiano

Posted by Alex Maximiano 9 months ago.

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To see the OrchidWiz Species World Map, from the Start screen, click the Species Map button:


OrchidWiz opens a new tab called "World Map".  In this map, there are buttons for each botanical region.  Buttons which are red indicate regions with more than 500 species.  As you can see, orchids are most common in tropical areas.

Next, click the button for Australia.  A new tab called "Australia" opens, with a list of about 1,400 species which occur in the wild in Australia:

Next, let's look at some of the most popularly grown Australian species (popularity defined by number of awards).  Click the button Awarded:

 

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