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Old 07-24-2021, 12:00 PM
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Ohhhh super show

I just fell in love with the Platystele posadarum

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What are your temp conditions now btw?
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Old 07-25-2021, 12:29 AM
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What are your temp conditions now btw?
Thank you so much I grow Platystele posadarum in refrigerator, temp +10C - +14C per night and +17C - +22C per day.
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Thank you so much I grow Platystele posadarum in refrigerator, temp +10C - +14C per night and +17C - +22C per day.
Sorry, for keep asking. I went back to check again your fridge, since I remember seeing before. But, what are the humidity level and lighting of that fridge?

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Absolutely fascinating, as always. :

They are all gorgeous specimens, and all look like something I could easily kill. Your expertise is most amazing. This Platystele posadarum... it looks like Podangis' older fancy sister.
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But, what are the humidity level and lighting of that fridge?
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I keep humidity by usual misting system inside fridge. 15 seconds every 3 hours.

Initially, there was a standard lamp in the roofs of the refrigerator. I replaced it with a 150W LED homemade light fixture. Lighting intensity 20,000 lux. This is for cuthbetrsons for australian Utricularia and Masdevallia racemosa.



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This Platystele posadarum...
Platystele posadarum is a diamond charm. My family and I went on vacation this month. On the way, we stopped in Moscow, visited the Kremlin museums and there the diamond fund. I love these museums, it hasn't changed all my 40 years. But every time I am amazed at the diamonds So, Platystele posadarum is an orchid from Faberge

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Thank you so much, you are so kind My orchids grow without me. I have a feeling that I am only disturbing them All the flowers of this month appeared while I was on vacation
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LOLÖ thatís why we never go on vacation!

A Fabrege orchid indeed!
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My new plants

Angraecum urschianum





Paph. callosum х rungsuriyanum



Eria lacei syn Conchidium lacei





Porpax ustulata _ _ _ Porpax capuccinorum _ _ _ Porpax elwesii

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Nice! That variegated Angcm. urschianum is outstanding, I have never seen one before! Mine is solid green... a really neat little flower that is much bigger than the plant with the spur.
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Is the experiment going on?



Definitely still everything is uncertain
Is this an orchid? It looks like something the cat barfed up and than sat on. I'm just curious if this ever made it in the end?
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Speckled one is just darned cute. The Eria laci-whatevah (not even attempting spelling) looks other-wordly! Iíll have to check that out when Iím near computer again. You come up with such weird really cool stuff that Iíve never heard of!
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