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Old 09-29-2020, 01:17 PM
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YES!!! that den is one of my all time favorites!!!

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possibly the nicest exemplar of the species!
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Especially, that Den. lamyaiae is spectacular!
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DirtyCoconuts, Roberta thank you very much
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Can you take a pic of the whole setup when you have a moment?

I am in love with the whole thing and I am curious as to how it will evolve in the new space
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Agreed! Too long since last overall!!
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Especially, that Den. lamyaiae is spectacular!
Wonderful species!

I usually do not like dendrobiums, but that one is a beauty. Good job!!
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Thanks a lot to everyone
Now it's a jungle With such forest debris on the floor. I got a lot of new plants. I'm waiting for the move to a new apartment, but the move is still in progress. And plants arrive and arrive from Brazil, Belgium, Germany, Thailand, Taiwan ...

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The first swallow from Scaphosepalum merinoi. 100% hitting the grade, this is exactly the scaphosepalum I wanted. It is amazing, small only 12-15 mm. Although the mustache is 2 centimeters.

So first the Klingon spy showed his tongue



And then he went on the attack and performed a loop maneuver



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Wonderful photos! I grow this species, and find it so difficult to photograph... the tiny flower is so very complex and three-dimensional. Actually, the whole genus is fascinating.
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Wonderful photos!
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Can you take a pic of the whole setup when you have a moment?
Oh, yes, I can Total area 2,3 x 5 ft (70x150 cm)



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