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What is it???

This is a discussion on What is it??? within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Today I went out side to take a few pictures to share with everyone, look ...

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    Default What is it???

    Today I went out side to take a few pictures to share with everyone, look what I found on my parishii. Is it a ladybug, scale, or even worse an alien. Well how is everyone doing? Guess what happen in two day. Let cut all the crap and go to the picture.
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    BTW how do you insert more than four picture in one post? well here few more pictures.
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    Ok, I give up. Whose red eye is that in the first pic! Nice staghorn, too.

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    I have no guess as to what the first photo is. The others look familiar though ...

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    Here the little guy. I almost killed it because I though it was some bug attacking my parishii. I never saw any frog with red eyes before. Anyone know what the name of the second picture. The third picture is a Joseph Reighly. About the staghorm will it ever flower. I have it for about 2 years now from a friend. Now it producing a keikis. The sixth picture, I wounder if this consider the orchid a parasite now, because it root is sucking the juice out of my palm tree. The seventh picture is a psychopsis branching, I think if you pull the bud when it small the plant will be in shock and will produce branch to make more flower. Well anyone have any idea why the psychopsis branch. or proof me wrong. ^.*
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    The second one is Brassavola nodosa. I totally can see the frog eye now in the first photo! LOL!

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