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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Wow, Very nice!! ~~I wish I could grow orchids like that... Very nice photos too! ...
Wow, Very nice!! ~~I wish I could grow orchids like that... Very nice photos too! Thanks for sharing!
Last edited by orchids^_^; November 28th, 2011 at 07:57 PM. Reason: I spelled something wrong...
Wow now I can see this pre-historic fern Lycophyta growing in the wild still very small but so exciting very high from the ground. Just observe carefully I also zoom further to get better view. P1 toP2.
P3 to P4 very interesting Bulbophyllum species where I can see the 2 spikes the older one more then 1 feet and the other one still growing.
P1 to P2 Can you see the bulbophyllum, well actually very difficult very nice camouflage in between few species of fern look carefully the fen leaves almost similar with bulb leaf.
P3 to P4 another Bulbo growing on the bridge very healthy this indicate that this area the humidity very high especially at night.
P1 to P2 Previously was under dendrobium now under Oc? sorry cant remember Ron may help me later. For your information this plant is growing on the river bank and checked it got seed pod underneath the leaves, no flowers noted. The plant I saw in West Malaysia growing on the bark you can flash back under the thread no 1.
P3 to 4 Another fern species growing near the above species very unique like skeleton.
Zainal, the dendrobium could be Den anceps?
P1 to P2 is Agrostophyllum species can see the old spikes no flower at all.
P3 to P4 another Bulbophyllum species with purplish color on the leaves.
P1 to P2.This Coelogyne species in spike so sad cant see the flower,I tried to magnified the spike,unsuccessful.
P3 to P4 Giant fern that many people used their fiber to grow orchids. This is small plant.
nice Zain! The Bulbo/Cirrho with the long spike looks interesting.