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Old 04-13-2021, 01:35 AM
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Hello wondering if anyone can ID this large leaf bulbophyllum.

And I don’t know what the second thing is, some sort of epiphytic cactus?

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Is this in the wild? In cultivation? In Thailand? That's not a cactus. Cacti are native only to the New World except for one species. I wonder about an ant plant or an ant fern.
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Both photos are from Bangkok chatuchak plant market, so in cultivation, not necessarily endemic. I was going through my photos, and these didn't have any information. I've been interested in the larger and unique bulbophyllum morphologies... and ultimately if I was able to care for one. What struck me was the length of the inflorescence, what I had seen previous with this plant shape was something that sits closer to the plant.

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Go to IOSPE and look up members of Bulbophyllum section Macrobulbon. It's probably one of those.
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