|Etymology||Genus||Two (Di) and split (schidius); probably referring to the fruit|
|Species||Coin shaped; referring to the leaves|
|Common Names||Button Orchid, Pebble Beach|
|Native Distribution||Tropical Asia to New Guinea and Australia|
Dischidia nummularia frequently hang down from the tree trunks they grow on.
Leaves is coin-shaped with a pointed tip.
Comparison of Dischidia nummularia and the common Dragon's Scale Fern.
Paired fruits are elongated with a cleft along the centre.
A seed trapped on a web constructed around the plant.