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Some wild Genoplesium/Corunastylis

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Foozil, Feb 22, 2020.

  1. Foozil

    Foozil Active Member

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    A few Genoplesium and Corunastylis from today near Appin, NSW.
    Genoplesium baueri, an endangered mycoheterotroph.
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    Corunastylis fimbriata (Genoplesium fimbriatum), note the pollinator
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    Foozil Active Member

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    Corunastylis rufa (Genoplesium rufum)
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    Thanks for the photos of rarely seen species in situ.
     
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    Great photos of plants I knew nothing about.
     
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    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great post. Thanks.

    In photo #2 is the plant growing out of gravel, fractured rock or leaves?
     
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    Thanks!
    It is growing out of a sandy clay in a cleared area, I assume cleared by people. The gravel is chunks of sandstone that are weathering out of the ground as the soil erodes away.
     
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    RustyExotics Nicholas - It's a terrestrial thing

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    Those are wonderful in situ. pictures. Thank you so much!
     
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