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Dendrobium quadrisulcatum, Philippine Orchids

This is a discussion on Dendrobium quadrisulcatum, Philippine Orchids within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Another Dendrobium species in the section Distichophyllum from southern Philippines....

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    Default Dendrobium quadrisulcatum, Philippine Orchids

    Another Dendrobium species in the section Distichophyllum from southern Philippines.
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    I've never seen this particular species before. Interesting! That first shot in particular is strongly reminiscent of a Cochleanthes flower, IMO.




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    Thanks.

    My first glance was Dendrobium uniflorum, but it seems too small to be a Dendrobium uniflorum.
    And so, I asked other people an opinion which is suggested Dendrobium quadrisulcata.

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    surely not often seen, thanks Derek!

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    How does this differ from uniflorum???

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    Very nice species!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    How does this differ from uniflorum???
    I have no idea about its description.

    What I have seen about this plant is that flower is smaller than Dendrobium uniflorum and has leaves like Dendrobium parthenium.

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    Love the 'runway' for the pollinator on the lip of this orchid.

    cheers,
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    Very beautiful bloom

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