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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; hi Zain, wonderful photos again. one of your Oberonias on the ground, looks like Hippeophyllum ...
hi Zain, wonderful photos again.
one of your Oberonias on the ground, looks like Hippeophyllum to me, next would be Pholidota, maybe imbricata?
P1 another view of wild Micropera sp
P2 to P4. I'm so curios to see the flower and indeed very pretty yellow.
It is tiny but the colour is so beautiful.
While I'm looking your photos that are so convincing, I'd love to go back to the jungle... nice shots Zain!
Branka, if you have another chance come again to South East Asia some area are untouchable can see a lots of wild orchids dangling, hanging with old spikes and if you are lucky can see them in flowers...... always by chance.Thanks.
P1 to p3 While I'm make a move spotted a huge Micropera species very tall and one plant got 4 spikes.
P4Eulopia species noted growing in my brother compound so exciting.
P1Eulophia species I hope the color is dark red , I told my brother to observe and take care the spike ( very small about 3 inches), pink color is the most common one seen in the wild.
P2 to P3 Dendrobium crumenatum previously in buds now open for one day only with sweet scented.
P4 Decided to explore one of the waterfall about 30 minute from my brother house . On the way I found in Durian tree very big size of ? Dendrobium or Gastridium up to 3 meters.
P1 to P3 Further zoom to this species you can see and guess how long is the individual plant..amazing.
P4 Another monopodial species maybe Thriperximum.
P1 another seedling for Thriperximum species
P2 Micropera species growingon Durian tree
P3 to P4 Seedling of Eria species growing on rubber tree.