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Old 05-10-2024, 07:02 AM
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I am not certain of the name. The plants grow in semi-shaded bamboo shrubs and look like common weeds.



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Definitly could be. Were there psudobulbs? I thought it may be one of the ground dwelling palm species but google lens suggests Peliosanthes which looks pretty close too. Would help to see how the base of the leaves connect to the plant and any fruit/flower remenants.

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Definitly could be. Were there psudobulbs? I thought it may be one of the ground dwelling palm species but google lens suggests Peliosanthes which looks pretty close too. Would help to see how the base of the leaves connect to the plant and any fruit/flower remenants.
They have purple-black pseudobulbs, which is one of the common characteristics of orchids. But I couldn't find the flowers and couldn't determine their names. Many terrestrial orchids look so alike.
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Looks like youre on the right track in that case!

According to Inaturalist they should bloom around March. Perhaps you chould check then for flowers, although the ones in your photo show no signs of blooming recently
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Looks like youre on the right track in that case!

According to Inaturalist they should bloom around March. Perhaps you chould check then for flowers, although the ones in your photo show no signs of blooming recently
I did not check carefully but there were no obvious old spikes nor fruits. It is a natural park which is not far away from my home. I will observe them next time.
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