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Dendrobium barbatulum in bloom

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    Dendrobium barbatulum in bloom. Endemic to Western Ghats in India

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    Nice looking species. Great growing! Can't see the beards in your pics though.

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    Great group of posts! Not much in flower for me right now. Maybe tonight

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    That's a very lovely dend. - I like the lip. Haven't seen anyone growing one of these here.

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