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I think they are alien's eggs from Ridley Scott
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Hey Akhenaten, do you grow
Barbosella orbicularis?


I’ve been looking at it a lot and it seems like your area of experience and expertise
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Do you grow Barbosella orbicularis?
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Hm...seems to be yes...
Yes, I have two even smaller versions of Barbosella
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Akhenaten... Do your eyes ever get tired from caring for all this tiny stuff?
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WaterWitchin... I am a microsurgeon, little things are my job
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WaterWitchin... I am a microsurgeon, little things are my job
I know. You'd think after work you'd want to just sit down and have a glass of wine with a big ol' Monstera or something.

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It literally just amazes me. Mostly because I have horrible eyesight. To look at my little Podangis (only small orchid I have) I literally have to take off my glasses and look at it about three inches from my nose!
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Hm...seems to be yes...
Yes, I have two even smaller versions of Barbosella
Barbosella crassifolia
Barbosella miersii

from Kopf, Germany.
What are the temps you grow it in? I am wondering if it will success in my terrarium
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You'd think after work you'd want to just sit down and have a glass of wine with a big ol' Monstera or something.
I have been studying microscopic things for so long that I don’t perceive large objects after work, as an ant does not see a tree

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my little Podangis (only small orchid I have)
It's very beautiful orchid

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What are the temps you grow it in?
I think Barbosella grow like weeds, like grass, at room temperature and even higher.
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