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Old 02-13-2020, 12:56 PM
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Totally spectacular!
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wow!!! like three stop signs!!!
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"Youth. Maturity. Decrepitude."



There is very little peduncle of purple Trisetella abbreviata In the foreground are "mustache" bristles of Masdevallia patriciana And peduncle of Lepanthes delhierroi is in the focus too Do you found all of them?

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Is the long thin thing the penduncle?

I love this scene. At my house the “other” plants are usually weeds lol
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Is the long thin thing the penduncle?
This is

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Sophronitis pygmaea began open flower













From below are Sophronitis mantiqueira и Sedirea japonica Minmaru shima, Cattleya aclandiae. From above are Cattleya dowiana aurea and Cattleya Hardyana



Sophronitis pygmaea vs Sophronitis brevipedunculata



This is not cernua, and is not mantiqueira
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Nice photo series... how FUN to watch it progress!
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Today



M. decumana again



Sophronitis pygmaea & Sophronitis brevipedunculata



Sophronitis pygmaea

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