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thats a really tiny species, isn't it?
Let us know what you come up with.
Not my usual choice of species to grow (too big, blooms really late in the fall), but kept
for sentimental reasons.
It was collected as a tiny...
C.piliferus or C. serpentinus , both from Sabah.
The dorsal sepal is distinctive because of the tail -like extension in the center.
Both sps. are...
A favorite genus for sure.
Kept a very keen eye out for them In PNG with out success.
I think there is a typo- 10-15 degrees drop in temp. ,not 10-15 degrees F:)
Thanks for sharing Alex, Ecuador is almost overwhelming in diversity,
The large red leaf Lepanthes looks in situ; do you remember where?
I'll take a stab at it, Polycycnis muscifera.!
Polycycnis sp. ?
$40 ,for an alba Phal.violacea seedling which promptly died!
Is that the new name for Prosthecea?
It was at approx.8,000 feet / foothills of Mt.Hagen
OK, I sense you all like Dendrobiums, so here are some more.
No id's yet, except the obvious.[ATTACH]
Thanks, sure looks like it, and it may very well be, but the sp. is not listed as present in PNG. Unfortunately it was only in bud on some plants...