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    Default noid species

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    Hi Selvi,

    Congrats on the bolom. Nice dendrobium. looking like it is deciduous form. could it be Dend.densiflorum?

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    If the p-bulbs are flat, then it could be Den sulcatum.

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    This is so pretty! The soft glow of yellow is fantastic, great shot.
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    Looks like it is just starting to open? Or is it a naturally "closed" looking bloomer? Either way you know this month is my yellow craze so LOVE IT. When the blooms start to open more (if they are suppose to) I would love to see the full bloom.

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