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Assitance for Newbee

This is a discussion on Assitance for Newbee within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Need help. Can anyone assist me in categorising, typing, naming what kind of orchid group ...

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    Question Assitance for Newbee

    Need help.
    Can anyone assist me in categorising, typing, naming what kind of orchid group the attached photo shows.

    Tony aka Whitesavage
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    It might be a Bulbophyllum, but not 100% sure

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    Dendrobium atroviolaceum has a similar habit & can be small.

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    I don't think it's a Bulbo. I vote Den., of some kind.

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    Thanks, I think it may be a bulbaphylium but not sure. The very thin leaders from the main plant are so thin less them 1 millimeter, I'm not sure what weight of bloom they could hold.

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    Dendrobium farmeri

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