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Discussion in 'Orchid Identification Section' started by KellyW, Jul 6, 2015.
Can you guess what this is?
Looks like a pig
I vote long-eared pig
A pig with floppy bunny ears is the first thing I thought of too . However, I assure you it is an orchid.
This is in a very common genus but the species isn't very common.
Is that image upside down of that species has non-resupinate flowers?
The photo orientation is correct. It is non-resupinate.
Kelly, can you give us a hint...new world or old world?
New World. Currently in bloom. Flower is less than one inch wide. Typically 3-5 flowers per inflorescence. Species is considered "small". Some sources show it as cool growing but I am growing it intermediate-warm and it is doing OK.
Yes!!!! Here is the whole flower and plant.
Oh awesome, mine is coming into spike now. Can't wait to see it in person, my very own little long eared pig!