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Old 07-14-2020, 06:51 PM
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Ornithocephalus gladiatus - Ornithocephalus is another genus that I really enjoy. Although the different species can look very similar and the flowers are not very flamboyant, they are easy to grow and fun to work with. Terrarium grown (good humidity, warm temperatures, bright artificial lighting).


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most excellent!!!

can we see a pic from a bit further away for perspective?
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This one is growing in one of my farm tanks.


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Amazing!!
What an awesome place to spend some time. Toooooo cool

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Do you have something growing at the bottom there, like ground cover?

Edit: And your plants and set up look amazing btw!

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Got me a little(obviously)papentilobus at a show in Jan. that was in bloom,so cute. Watching for a spike now but enjoying the interesting fan growth. Your set-up is very nice.
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Do you have something growing at the bottom there, like ground cover?
Edit: And your plants and set up look amazing btw!
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Sphagnum moss. Growing it within my orchid & ping set-ups.

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Got me a little(obviously)papentilobus at a show in Jan. that was in bloom,so cute. Watching for a spike now but enjoying the interesting fan growth. Your set-up is very nice.
(Patentilobus?) That's one you don't see very often in today's world. If you get the chance, you'll have to share a picture of your plant with us.
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