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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Very good habitat photos .. Thanks for sharing ......
Very good habitat photos .. Thanks for sharing ...
Very similar to sarcs, and as (im sure) sarcs extend into the equatorial region, this is of the same family. Also, the plants in general very closely resemble sarcochilus, myself mistaking adversus for sarc. hartmanii! all the while i was wondering who put it on the tree trunk as they dont grow wild in NZ!
P1 to P2 Another monopodial the flowers very small lasting for one day, quite pretty.
P3 to P4.Dendrobium leonis in nature you see how the plants is very healthy.
P1 different angle of Den leonis
P2 no idea this species
P3 to P4 seedling and mature plants of ? Acampe species.
Great pics Zain!
Especially I like this Dendro leonis with its tiny flower, which I have in my collection and it is great to see how it grows in the wild.
Mary, thanks for your kind words.
Ron, I agree with you I checked actually it's Agrostophyllum majus, your eyes is very sharp like Golden Eagle, thanks for the ID.Zain
P1 I think this is the best nursery for Acampe species, I counted more than 20 seedlings on the same branch together with mature plants.
P2 to P4 maybe Pteroceras species.