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Old 06-12-2017, 12:22 AM
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I have recently discovered this on my bulbophyllum medusae. After a few days the little thing just dried out. But I'm just wondering what is that? A flower spike? And what could be the problem that it dried out?
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It could be a little sheath that will give rise to a spike or new growth. Give it some time. There may be living tissue underneath...just waiting...
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I would also guess a sheath. A sheath is sort of like a "cover" for the flower spike
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