So, strange question for the other New Guinea orchids fans out there. I have a refrigerated (55° nights, 75° days) paludarium in which I grow high-altitude New Guinea Dendrobium (D. cuthbertsonii, D. vexillarius, D. parvulum, etc.), Bulbophyllum, and other genera. Humidity is always over 90% with strong air circulation, and I use an Inkbird thermostat to map the daily temperature variations to roughly the same as temperatures in Mt. Hagen, PNG (adjusting for the time difference). I've noticed--looking at hourly weather--that in Mt. Hagen it usually rains in the afternoon and evening. So, my mister runs at 3:45 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. every day. I know this runs contrary to popular wisdom (to generally water in the morning, and only water at night when humidity is low), due to risk of fungal infections. However, I've never had any issues, and it does match what these species experience in the wild. That said, I'm considering experimenting with a more typical morning watering schedule, just to see how it affects them. Any thoughts, especially from anyone else who has grown similar orchids or who grows in a cooler terrarium?