|Species||Of Javanish origin|
|Synonyms||Plocoglottis fimbriata Teijsm. & Binn.|
|Common Names||Mousetrap Orchid|
|Status||Native: Critically Endangered|
|Native Distribution||Andaman Islands to southern Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, Java, and Borneo|
Plocoglottis javanica is a herbaeous orchid with single leaves extending from the ground. The leaves are elliptic with parallel veins, attached to slender pseudobulbs about 10cm long and 1cm thick. The inflorescence are borne on a long stalk extended. It bears numerous yellow flowers which are painted with scattered red dots. The side petals are thin and curved.
Mousetrap Orchid with inflorescence stalk in Nee Soon Swamp Forest.
Inflorescence with flower buds.
Flower with scattered red dots on the petals.
Leaf venation front and back.