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Dendrobium sanguinolentum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium sanguinolentum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Native to Peninsular Malaysia mostly found around area of Cameron Highland. This one orange yellow ...

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    Smile Dendrobium sanguinolentum

    Native to Peninsular Malaysia mostly found around area of Cameron Highland. This one orange yellow var. another pink one need to wait.Diversity of orchids in South East Asia. Enjoy...
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    Default Cute,

    and lovely.

    My friend YC told me that new species of orchids are regularly reported from Peninsular Malaysia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntgerald View Post
    and lovely.

    My friend YC told me that new species of orchids are regularly reported from Peninsular Malaysia.
    Ya.I agree with you I got another den species new one from Borneo soon I am going to post it. Thanks Nelson.

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    Zain, it's a beautiful flower, and these are wonderful photos of them!

    Cheers,
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    Thanks Zain .It s beautiful flowers!

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    oh yes, good job!

    it almost looks like a dead plant and then there are 3 cutie's sticking out, great shots!!!

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    Thanks for your positive comments, Zain.

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    Little drops of sunshine on a dark night - so beautiful, Zain!

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    very nice! I am trying to figure out the species name. sanguine means the color of blood. I don't know lentum...
    Does anyone have any idea? I can't figure out why this name was chosen for this species ??????

    Edit: I see there are different color forms. There is a color form that has the "red" at the tips of the flower parts, as if it was blood dipped....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    very nice! I am trying to figure out the species name. sanguine means the color of blood. I don't know lentum...
    Does anyone have any idea? I can't figure out why this name was chosen for this species ??????

    Edit: I see there are different color forms. There is a color form that has the "red" at the tips of the flower parts, as if it was blood dipped....
    The other thing the young shoot have a reddish leaves and disappear when mature, Thanks Ron for the info but I still not that sure the word Lentum. Zain

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