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Old 03-27-2024, 07:47 AM
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Thrixspermum subulatum is a tropical orchid growing on the high trees. The plants grow in a mango tree, at least 10 meters high from the ground.


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That is a spectacular plant! It is wonderful to see it growing in nature.
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That is a spectacular plant! It is wonderful to see it growing in nature.
In fact, it is an endangered orchid here. Most of them grow in big trees and may due to deforest, it is difficult to find the wild plants.
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