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Trichoglottis NOID

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    Hi,

    I think itīs a Trichoglottis spec.

    Do the specialists agree?

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    hmmm, looks like a cleisostoma to me.
    you have more shots?

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    Ron,

    I am sorry, I have no other shots. Thank you for your identification as Cleisostoma.

    It is a plant the German custom has confiscated recently. A friend working in a Botanical Garden now has to take care of this (and a hundred more) plants.

    greetings
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