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Bulbophyllum tingabarinum

This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum tingabarinum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Forrest, definitely do when you get a sec. I'm curious myself. Nevermore, glad you pulled ...

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    Forrest, definitely do when you get a sec. I'm curious myself. Nevermore, glad you pulled this thread up from the depths...

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    Like I said I have one of these guys. I bought it not too long ago so there hasn't been a ton of change. ... currently all the bulbs are kinda spaced out a bit.... so i guess there would be a root looking type of thing then it shoots out a bulb after a bit of distance.

    My first growth that looked like a spike was coming out of one of the new bulbs. Then a bush snail took it to dinner... after cursing and a few weeks.. 2 new bulbs are "spiking".

    The growth is coming right from the base of the bulb... would this be a spike or is that how the new bulbs appear of then old?

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