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Catasetinae - inflorescences of different genera

This is a discussion on Catasetinae - inflorescences of different genera within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Greetings - Somehow I've accumulated a number of plants in this group: Mormodes, Clowesia, Catasetum, ...

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    Default Catasetinae - inflorescences of different genera

    Greetings -
    Somehow I've accumulated a number of plants in this group: Mormodes, Clowesia, Catasetum, Cycnoches, etc.
    Inflorescences arise from the base of the Catasetum pseudobulbs, I think, and from near the top of the Cycnoches.
    What about the others? Can anyone enlighten me?
    Is there a genus I am missing, that perhaps I *need*? Spectacular and very bizarre flowers - easy to become enamored of.
    Any very good websites with photos and/or cultural information on these to recommend?
    Regards - Nancy
    Inflorescence just beginning on Catasetum splendens!
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    this about the best site that I know of and ude it regulary

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    You must educate me, us, on this group!! What makes it a group, what is it about them that attracts you to it?
    Thanks for bringing them to my attention!!!!

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