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Old 08-16-2018, 01:07 PM
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...and more new finds...Im discovering there are quite a few epiphytes in the fields behind my house...didnt notice till the terrestrials lost their blooms...now that Im looking purposefully for epiphytes Im finding many. Mostly new to me species that I have no IDed yet.

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Very cool! I'm curious about the species identification in these most recent pics.
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Me too!

Especially the first one which Ive never seen before.
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A few more from a recent hike. Have not ID'ed yet, but hope to get to that soon. Suggestions welcome.
First one looks like an Epidendrum,
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Me too!

Especially the first one which Ive never seen before.
I just noticed the first one has a ton of seed pods hanging on it and they're just about ripe. Might be worthwhile to grab one and have it flasked.
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