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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; thanks for the tour zain! i dont think its coelogyne pandurata, hardly any pseudobulbs. the ...

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    thanks for the tour zain!
    i dont think its coelogyne pandurata, hardly any pseudobulbs. the orchid with tiny white flowers is a agrostophyllum sp.
    the one you think its agrostophyllum sp. with the pendulous inflorescence, looks like a appendicula to me.

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    Enjoying your tour,Zainal. Wish I could still do these things but age is catching up and my 'kaki's' (local term for cronies we hang out with- not related to 'keikis') have either passed on or moved away to other localities.So thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwiorchids View Post
    neat! a large proportion of these look VERY similar to our own drymoanthus species, or fleshy tree orchids. these grow upside down so the water runs off them. perhaps this proportion are of the same family or subtribe?
    Hi, I'm not familiar with the drymoanthus species maybe it's have some similarity or could be different sub tribe from Asian tropical forest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    thanks for the tour zain!
    i dont think its coelogyne pandurata, hardly any pseudobulbs. the orchid with tiny white flowers is a agrostophyllum sp.
    the one you think its agrostophyllum sp. with the pendulous inflorescence, looks like a appendicula to me.
    Hi Ron thanks for the ID of the Agrostophyllum and Appendiculata.
    Actually it's Coelogyny pandurata, I saw the flowers before the pseudobulb really shrunk due to no rain dropped on this plants, you need to look carefully than you can see the dehydrated pseudobulb. Zain

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Enjoying your tour,Zainal. Wish I could still do these things but age is catching up and my 'kaki's' (local term for cronies we hang out with- not related to 'keikis') have either passed on or moved away to other localities.So thanks for sharing.
    Yew, you are welcome, maybe you can create another "kaki's.I still remember there are many orchids species in " Bukit Hijau" ( Green Mountain) I went there 5 years ago I found many Coel speciosa,bulb patens,kingidium descubin and Pomatocalpa kuntsleri and spicata. Wondering whether still exist?

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    P1- another fern species call Slaginella the color may change to deep blue depending on the location.
    P2-P3 -just found rock flower ( Begonias) on the rock covered with moss. If I didnt see the flowers I wont think as Begonias.
    P4- flikengeria species grown higher up from the ground.
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    P1-Coelogyne pandurata on the ground covered with dried leaves maybe belong to somebody.
    P2-Well grown Eria species on the falling tree just a matter of time to rot.
    P3-Seedling Cymbidium
    P4-Bulbo species on the Diptrocarp roots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Yew, you are welcome, maybe you can create another "kaki's.I still remember there are many orchids species in " Bukit Hijau" ( Green Mountain) I went there 5 years ago I found many Coel speciosa,bulb patens,kingidium descubin and Pomatocalpa kuntsleri and spicata. Wondering whether still exist?
    You're right about Bktt Hijau but I have not been there longer than you, 12 years actually. We, in Kedah are very lucky, as there is an overlap of orchids found in Thailand and Malaysia.

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    Thanks for taking the time to share these beautiful orchids in situ Zain. As usual you did a wonderful presentation.

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    oh, i can see now the pbulbs, amazing how much they can shrink!
    that fallen "eria" looks like a agrostophyllum to me.

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