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Commonly known as the "Ciliate-Lipped Lycaste," is a captivating orchid species found in Central and South America, particularly in countries like Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia. Celebrated for its unique and intricate beauty, this epiphytic orchid typically features a single flower per inflorescence with distinctive fringed or ciliate edges on its lip. The flowers can vary in color, and some have a pleasant fragrance. Flourishing in humid and shaded environments, Lycaste ciliata adds a touch of fascination to the world of orchids, captivating enthusiasts and botanists with its remarkable floral display that exemplifies the diversity and elegance of the Lycaste genus.