Dracula

Dracula is a genus of 135 species, located from Mexico to Peru. In 1978, Luer established the genus Dracula; before then, they were within the genus Masdevallia. Most of the Dracula species are from Columbia and Ecuador inhabiting wet mossy rainforests. Some species are endemic to a single valley or mountain, and because of this are considered endangered in the wild. Researchers even think that a couple of species could now be extinct in the wild. Seventy-nine Dracula species occur at elevations of between 900 to 2,000 metres and 38% of these are endemic to this climatic zone. There are a couple of species found at warmer elevations.

Dracula

Dracula is a genus of 135 species, located from Mexico to Peru. In 1978, Luer established the genus Dracula; before then, they were within the genus Masdevallia. Most of the Dracula species are from Columbia and Ecuador inhabiting wet mossy rainforests. Some species are endemic to a single valley or mountain, and because of this are considered endangered in the wild. Researchers even think that a couple of species could now be extinct in the wild. Seventy-nine Dracula species occur at elevations of between 900 to 2,000 metres and 38% of these are endemic to this climatic zone. There are a couple of species found at warmer elevations.

Dracula

Dracula is a genus of 135 species, located from Mexico to Peru. In 1978, Luer established the genus Dracula; before then, they were within the genus Masdevallia. Most of the Dracula species are from Columbia and Ecuador inhabiting wet mossy rainforests. Some species are endemic to a single valley or mountain, and because of this are considered endangered in the wild. Researchers even think that a couple of species could now be extinct in the wild. Seventy-nine Dracula species occur at elevations of between 900 to 2,000 metres and 38% of these are endemic to this climatic zone. There are a couple of species found at warmer elevations.

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