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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Your pictures are always amazing. Thanks for all the pictures. I got a tiny taste ...
Your pictures are always amazing. Thanks for all the pictures. I got a tiny taste of what you enjoy today on my walk. How amazing the forest must be with all the variety.
I noticed this area a lots of Platycerium species growing here I don't think this is coronarium the horn is so short.
i missed my platy grand .... so much rain caused it to die. :-(
P1 to P2 Initially I thought monopodial orchids young seedling I'm so happy but further close up revealed .......fern ossss.
P3 I wondering what kind of Dendrobium with purplish back ground on the leaves how the flower look like, so far no sign of any old spike on the leafless cane.
P4 I thought it is ground orchids so pretty apparently is not chids.
That vanilla is amazing
P1 young seedling of the purplish dendrobium.
P2 to P4 I almost miss this crawling orchids maybe Tricoglottis species, the bud so small covering the tree may reach 3 to 4 meter.