SPLENDOUR OF NATIVE ORCHIDS 10 Moneda Plata Set 1$ Singapore 2016

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This is a beautiful Silver Coin Set that celebrates the beauty of natural environment and the beauty of the orchids that once thrived in Singapore, some of which are still found in forests today. This coin set comprises 10 Silver coins, in full color. The set will be packaged in an attractive case, with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage to 4.000 sets worldwide.

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País Singapur
Año 2016
Valor Facial 1 Dólar
Metal Plata
Finura 999/1000
Peso (g) 8.56
Diámetro (mm) 24.66
Calidad Proof
Tirada (uds) 4.000
Certificado de Autenticidad
Set (uds) 10

Each orchid flower is bilateral symmetric, which means that it can be divided in two equal parts. Size, shape and texture of leaves depend on the habitat. Orchids that live in dry climate have thick leaves covered with wax, while species that live in warm and humid areas have thin, elongated leaves. Certain species of orchids do not have leaves at all. Orchids do not have usual roots. They have rhizome, tuber or aerial roots. Orchids can live on the ground (terrestrial forms), attached to woody plants (epiphytic types) or under the ground. Certain species of orchids are parasitic. They are not able to produce food (sugar) using the sunlight and carbon dioxide (like other plants). Instead, they obtain food from fungi that live inside their roots. Bond between orchids and certain species of insects is tight and highly specialized. Petals have similar shape and color like female insects to attract males and ensure pollination. Ophrys apifera, better known as the Bee Orchid, lures male bees with its enticing smell and bee like appearance. When a male bee approaches the flower to mate, it becomes covered in pollen and is sent off to pollinate the next orchid it visits.