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Liparis

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Nisanisa, Jan 8, 2022.

  1. Nisanisa

    Nisanisa Well-Known Member

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    Nearly miss this one... IMG_20220109_092945.jpg IMG_20220109_093550.jpg IMG_20220109_093126.jpg
     
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    Sabinchen Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful Flower spikes, good work!:clap:
     
  3. Nisanisa

    Nisanisa Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!
     
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    J E Jaime Escobedo

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    This is a taxonomically interesting group, Liparis and Malaxis are in a tribe that is a sister group to the dendrobium tribe (which contains dendrobium and bulbophyllum) interestingly. The genera include temperate, terrestrial plants like the adder's mouth (a name referring ti multiple species in the genus), at least one is native to just south of my area (below the fall line of the piedmont to the costal plane) and tropical epiphytes with pseudobulbs.

    *Note that i don't remember the exact clade names when I refer to botanical tribes/groups.
    **I have no idea how current this is.
     
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    Nisanisa Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Jaime, good to know. This is the only liparis common here. Can find it easily grow on trees around
     
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