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Old 10-19-2008, 01:22 AM
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Yep you do Tin. I just checked your album.
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Here are 2 photos I took today of my little guy with 4 blooms on one infloresence. I'm posting the photos with my guess as to what it is before reading the thread, just to see if I'm at all close.

My first guess is that it is a Bulbophyllum pecten-veneris syn. Cirrhopetalum pecten-veneris.

If it's not that, I think it might be a Cirrhopetalum miniatum.

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David...ummmm...nope!
Unless it's also known by another name

I'll check
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I stand corrected!
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Old 10-19-2008, 03:52 PM
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Well then, I'll just have to wait for someone to tell me what it is...

I didn't see anything like it on Andy's website, which is the first place I checked this morning after taking the photos. Subsequently I had to search through other sources, which is where I came up with my guesses.
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Well then, I'll just have to wait for someone to tell me what it is...

I didn't see anything like it on Andy's website, which is the first place I checked this morning after taking the photos. Subsequently I had to search through other sources, which is where I came up with my guesses.
It's still on Andy's site, listed under a different name
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Ah-ha....is it the Cirr. tingabarinum? I missed this one the first time through the site.
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Old 10-19-2008, 05:33 PM
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OMG, I need that one to bloom for me!!!
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Good job, David!! Have you given yours a sniff yet??
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