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A wonderful surprise! And so many!

When I repot terrestrials, I do keep the old substrate. No matter how carefully I search, I usually miss a few.
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When I repot terrestrials, I do keep the old substrate. No matter how carefully I search, I usually miss a few.
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Lepanthes teretipetala cold inhabitant of the west of the Dominican Republic. I have it in a refrigerator on a 15 cm high hygrolon block constantly immersed in a 1 cm distillate in a pan.
I rePhotographed a flower cluster.





Anatomy of peduncles L. teretipetala.



On a moss-covered hygrolon block in situ



Scales. Lepanthes matamorosii, Lepanthes teretipetala, Lepanthes telipogoniflora.



Here is definitely Japanese ikebana, according to the canon


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I changed photos ∆
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Wow!. That Mayan (or whatever the ethnicity) god must be VERY happy in the jungle.
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Wow!. That Mayan (or whatever the ethnicity) god must be VERY happy in the jungle.
Mesoamerican God Thank you so much!
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Mesoamerican God Thank you so much!
Must be Tlaloc .
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Must be Tlaloc .
But statue holding an ear of corn, may be Centeōtl God of maize. Some Treasures of Montezuma:

Сellular os mesh plants, Calodictinoids plants



Lepanthes posthon





Lepanthes dictytion.



Lepanthes tentaculata with flower.



First bloom



+ new leaf of Lepanthes calodictyon.



Lepanthes pretiosa, Lepanthes dodsonii.



Mesh plants from refrigerator



Lepanthes calodictyon, Lepanthes saltatrix - flowers in profile and from the inside





Lepanthes barbelifera



I forgot name of this Lepanthes, possibly surrogata



And I need Lepanthes hexapus.

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And some nonstop blooming treasures:
Lepanthes golondrina



Lepanthes sp. noname yellow



Lepanathes matamarossii



Restrepia guttulata with biggest 2 inch flower

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Cattleya labiata roxo bispo Urbano








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