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Bulbophyllum sure

This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum sure within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I know they are Bulbophyllum as family somebody could pin a first name to it ...

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    Default Bulbophyllum sure

    I know they are Bulbophyllum as family somebody could pin a first name to it ???
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    You have got to try and make better photos, if you want an ID. Put yourself in our place, all we can see are a couple of blurry pics, no flower details.

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    something is wrong on yr computer , i have very nice pictures

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    one got first name already bulbophyllum laxiflorum

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    Hmmmm. The pictures on my screen are very small and hard to make out detail.

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    The whoite one copuld be laxiflorum indeed, but as gabi Borza says, its just a bit of a white splodge of a flower spike. It would help if it was 700 px - then be twice as big , especially if it were not twice as blurry. We can't see enough of the red flower to even guess.
    Look at what others are posting to see what we want to see !

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    why on my screen pict are about 6cm by 4 cm and perfectly clear ??? but will resize them and repost

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    Default Bulbophyllum resized

    here i tried to resize the pict
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    It doesn't matter how much bigger you make the pictures, if they are not in focus in the first place, there is no way they will improve by making them bigger.

    The white flowered plant could be Bulbophyllum laxiflorum, the other plant could be Bulbophyllum cheiri.

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