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This is a discussion on New orchids needs ID within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; ron thanks for the ID, can't wait for it to bloom........
thanks for the ID, can't wait for it to bloom.....
Now i have a problem, my collection are getting huge but my grow area is not.... Oh well I
guess its time to do some rearrangements in the garden again....
Got some new sets of orchids that needs Id. the first sets of photos are of
the cirrho.... while the 2nd set is i think an eria... it was sold to me as vanda
ustii but obviously its not, but i bought it anyways.
first one looks like Bulbophyllum saurocephalum.
cant help with the eria, a closeup shot would be awesome!
totoally like em both, more so the bulbo!
thanks for ID ron, sorry I wont be able to take another shot of the flowers as both have
finished blooming about 1 week ago...
I just looked at saurocephalum and it does look like it.... thanks, so its a bulb then
and not a cirrho....
Another one here that needs to be ID'ed. I got this in bud the same time i got my bulb. saurocephalum, but the buds took forever to open.... finally it decided to show itself last friday... so heres the photo.
its a micropera and a nice one!
just dont know which?
thanks for the genus name ron, its a start.... did a bit some research and i think i found a
match Micropera philippinensis, what do you think?
yes, it probably is philippinensis.