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A nice tiny orchid need ID

This is a discussion on A nice tiny orchid need ID within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I have this orchid blooming but I don't know the ID, if any one know ...

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    Default A nice tiny orchid need ID

    I have this orchid blooming but I don't know the ID, if any one know the ID of this one, please help me.


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    very beautiful!
    cleisostoma?

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    Yes, it is cleisostoma family but don't know the name.

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    reminds me on cleisostoma discolor. Do you have a picture of the whole plant?

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    Wont be able to help with the ID but its so cute.

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    @epicphals: thank you for your suggestion, yes you are right for the name.

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