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Old 08-28-2019, 11:58 PM
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I tried Google image reverse search and failed to find any information or find an orchid that looks similar. I have no idea what it could be and am need of help. Thanks a bunch!
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Old 08-29-2019, 10:46 AM
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could be a lot of orchids. Ipsea, Phajus, some Eulophia..
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If you know how the flower is, post some photos, even if approximate. However, it will be nothing more than a guess.
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Old 08-30-2019, 10:13 AM
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If you know how the flower is, post some photos, even if approximate. However, it will be nothing more than a guess.
I saw these during my trip to Thailand and this is the only photo I have.

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could be a lot of orchids. Ipsea, Phajus, some Eulophia..
Thank you. This is a good place to start researching.
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If you have a larger (higher resolution) photo, can you get Google Translate to make an attempt? If not, perhaps someone on this forum reads Thai and could shed some light... either way, a larger photo would help.
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:46 PM
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If you have a larger (higher resolution) photo, can you get Google Translate to make an attempt? If not, perhaps someone on this forum reads Thai and could shed some light... either way, a larger photo would help.
I tried but nothing made sense. I was able to find someone who translated it for me. Itís called Chang Pasom Klong, Eulophia Andamanesis.
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I tried but nothing made sense. I was able to find someone who translated it for me. Itís called Chang Pasom Klong, Eulophia Andamanesis.
Bingo! Eulophia andamanensis is the species. So there you have it! Look up the species on Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia to learn more about it. It is a terrestrial orchid.
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