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Help me to find right ID for this orchid

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    Trichotosia dasyphylla? I have this litter guy, very nice. I try to find the right name for it but Im not sure that is "Trichotosia dasyphylla" or not.




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    Your plant is Trichotosia microphylla.

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    Last edited by jimec; January 18th, 2010 at 03:30 AM. Reason: I found the name

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    Thank you Jim for your information, however I think that is not Trichotosia microphylla for sure. I will make a photo of whole plan to show you in next 3 hours (sory for not provide you all information you might need).

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    This is whole plan




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    The picture of the plant helps a great deal. Maybe the plant is Trichotosia dasyphylla?

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    Thank you Jim. Yes that what I think but not sure so I ask in the forum. I have some photo of Trichotosia dasyphylla before but the flower abit diffirent and now I think they live in diffirent area so the various of the colour is normal.

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    One of the great joys of species orchids is the variability found within the different populations. A different mountain can certainly have different colour forms.

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    hi chu,
    seems like you identified now.
    love the hairs on this one!

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