Taurantha concinna—Trim Greenhood—ORCHIDACEAE.
Habitat—Grows in moist areas of sclerophyll forest, rainforest and coastal scrub.
Distribution— North from Tasmania, Victoria and to Mudgee in New South Wales.
Leaves.—Rosette leaves 4 to 6, ovate to oblong, 1 to 3 cm long, 6 to 15 mm wide, margins entire or wavy; petiolate.Inflorescence.—Scape to 25 cm high, very slender. Flower c. 2 cm long, erect, white and dark green with brown suffusions in the galea and sinus. Apex of galea slightly decurved. Lateral sepals tightly embracing the galea; sinus flat when viewed from the front, shallowly mounded when viewed from the side; free points filiform to clavate, c. 20 mm long, erect. Petals broad. Labellum oblong, 6 to 8 mm long, c. 2 mm wide, dark brown, apex deeply notched, apex just visible through the sinus in the set position.
Flowering.—May to September