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Old 08-17-2020, 10:05 AM
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I have been studying microscopic things for so long that I donít perceive large objects after work, as an ant does not see a tree
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As long as you can still see the forest, you're good.
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"Micro world news"

My new Trisetella nodulifera



But it looks like Trisetella hirtzii

Morning in lepanthes forest: L. uxoria & L. domingensis



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So amazing. As always. Thank you for sharing
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Two types of Macodes petola. I try to show "gold"





Light Macodes - Europe Karge
Dark Macodes - Taiwan Miki Orchids
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I see the gold. Can only imagine what that looks like in person. Didnít realize it existed. But now pretty sure I need it. Very nice!!
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You did capture the gold, especially on the dark one. It is very difficult to photograph. These are so spectacular in the sunlight, they sparkle.
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golden lightning!!!

WW, this is a perfect SH grower...easy as can be
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I see the gold. Can only imagine what that looks like in person. Didnít realize it existed. But now pretty sure I need it. Very nice!!
You definitely need one of these... they don't need much light, and grow nicely with house temperatures in my experience - they actually do better in the house than in the greenhouse.
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WaterWitchin, Roberta, DirtyCoconuts, thank you very much
Macodes's gold shines better in reflected light. They need shadow in the cattlea's light. SH is good idea, but they like more forest debris, moss, pieces of bark, little pebbles.
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I have mine at the very bottom of my cloud forest now. Itís like SH with a constant flush

Super fun plant. Iíve never seen the dark one
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