noun, plural la·bel·la [luh-bel-uh]. /ləˈbɛl ə/. Botany.
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Origin of labellum
OTHER WORDS FROM labellumla·bel·loid, adjective
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Harrisoniae in colour and size of sepal and petal; in general shape and in the hues of the labellum after L. purpurata.The Woodlands Orchids|Frederick Boyle
Certainly, if I may trust the vessels, the simple labellum of Gymnadenia consists of three organs soldered together.
My case of the Aceras with the aborted labellum squeezed against stigma supports your view.
I am still more pleased that I was right about insects gnawing the fleshy labellum.
This is important, as it explains all the astounding projections on the labellum of Oncidium, Phalaenopsis, etc.