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Old 01-10-2023, 11:57 AM
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Corybas is still blooming, 25 days. And now the flower has a characteristic classic look. Plants without flowers prepare for hibernation.

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Are you saying the bloom on this has lasted for 23 days? If so, that's downright amazing for such a teeny little thing. Seeing all these little blooms, up close and personal with your talented magnification of them, is a real treasure. I surely would never see them otherwise. :
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Yes it began to bloom on December 16th. Blooming for 26 days
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I'd gone back and looked at the prior picture of it in December. It sure took its sweet time unfolding!
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It sure took its sweet time unfolding!
It blooms for an unexpectedly long time. The flower is not very small, about half an inch, and with a mustache-antennas, probably 2 inches. I also have the flowering of the Spanish Grand Don Escobar - Lepanthes escobariana. The flower is large, probably larger than telipogonioflora. I'll get around to taking a photo tomorrow.
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Lepanthes escobarina is 4 times larger than the telipogonioflora in terms of foliage. And the flower is probably one and a half times larger. Very solid peduncle. Revolving bloom. There is also a substantial distance between the flowers. The flowers are pale, and this specimen has an orange stripe in the form of a wide wedge, the sepals are fused.





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