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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; P1 Agastrohyllum sps P2 Huge high Ditrocarp tree source for orchids and others ephyphyte to ...

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    P1 Agastrohyllum sps
    P2 Huge high Ditrocarp tree source for orchids and others ephyphyte to grow
    P3 to P4 Monopodial plants thought Vanda but it is isn't actually is Aeredis growing happily on the tree above.Zoom in.
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    Again , great pics Zainal. The Aerides must be odoratum..

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Again , great pics Zainal. The Aerides must be odoratum..
    Thanks Yew maybe, because this species is endemic in West Malaysia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Wow ,that great only possum, does this animal bite?
    Mangosteen wood is a good for orchids maybe the uneven barks provided some moisture and natural fertilizer.
    yes, they can bite, but only rarely does one actually contract disease from them. usually they leave you the hell alone. you know NZ is very isolated? thats why we dont have snakes etc....... only birds, insects and lizards inc. the famous Tuatara

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    hi zain,
    those tiny orchids you described are probably Podochilus sp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwiorchids View Post
    yes, they can bite, but only rarely does one actually contract disease from them. usually they leave you the hell alone. you know NZ is very isolated? thats why we dont have snakes etc....... only birds, insects and lizards inc. the famous Tuatara
    I Google the Tuatara well I agree with you this lizard is very unique and considered lazy animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hi zain,
    those tiny orchids you described are probably Podochilus sp.
    I agree with you Ron, Thanks. Happy New Year.Zain

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    P1 to P2, Another view of Aeredis species
    P3 to P4 Maybe Dendrobium species or Eria got one Eria species behave exactly like den. Growing very high on tree top.
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    P1 to P2 Another view of waterfall. Some people they blocked the flow of the stream in other to raise the level for them to jump and playing there.
    P3 On this tree I counted more than 5 species of orchids growing such as Agastrophyllum,Dendrobium Bulb virescen,Flikengeria and Eria.
    P4 Focusing on Bulb virescen 5 meter from the ground you can see the leaves. I noticed Bulb virescen near the water they will climb the tree when away they grow on the grounds especially on decaying matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    I Google the Tuatara well I agree with you this lizard is very unique and considered lazy animals.
    lol, not many people can say they have touched one either, they feel really smooth, surprisingly. did you know they have a third eye and are the last of their reptile family?

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