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Old 07-29-2021, 05:19 PM
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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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Right?!? We just sit here at the feet of it!
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Thank you my friends. Roberta your urschianum amazing!
For several years I have been trying to buy Сonchidium extinctorium. These are fantastic tiny barrels and moth flowers on thin, tall stalks. For two years my salesman orders it in Thailand and for two years he does not receive it. I saw Eria lacei from another seller. But it looks eerily like Conchidium extinctorium. And the synonym for Eria is Conchidium. Jay in IOSPE wrote about Conchidium extinctorium CAUTION I have no way of verifying this determination so please use with caution !!
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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?
Thank you for the question. This is a mass of moss in which the rare Utricularia nelumblifolia grows. It's carnivorous aquatic plant. AND... YES...

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I show a photo of Angraecum urschianum in comparison with other mini-orchids, so the scale of greatness will be clearer: D

Angraecum aloifolium vs Angraecum urschianum


Schoenorchis fragrans vs Angraecum urschianum


Russian coin 5 rubles vs Angraecum urschianum
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Cyrtorchis crassifolia

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Akenhaten, I just looked up your Eria--whatchamacallit. There are a bunch of really nice pictures on Andy's Orchids... Andy's Orchids - Species Specialist - Eria (Conchidium)
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Two Mituo hybrids:

S-421 Phal.Mituo Sun King





MCL129 Phal. Mituo King ' K-Gold Ď







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Lepanthes matamorosii after 2 months





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NanoWorld review

My English pilgrim Lepanthes matamorosii got used to it, grew a little and gave out the first flower stalks, buds and bloomed.











Other residents of the refrigerator

Restrepia citrina



Masdevallia lucernula



Masdevallia hartmanii & Lepanthes sp.



Lepanthes nephridia



New. Lepanthes antilocarpa



Platystele posadarum





New. Platystele rhinoceras





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Bulbophyllum moniliforme warm bulbophyllum









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