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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; P1 this is the only species I found within the radius of 50 meters, I ...

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    P1 this is the only species I found within the radius of 50 meters, I cant remember the Id small flowers but very pretty with long spikes more than one foot.
    P2 to P4 Didn't expected to see this beautiful species, I was shocked for a short a while by looking the tiny flowers and many opening at the same time very showy.Maybe Pterocheras species.
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    P1 another view from different angle.
    P2 to P3 the only Bulbophyllum sedling I found.
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    Zain, what a wonderful trip and photographs you have shared with all of us. I love seeing orchids in their natural place like this. I think though my favorite photo is of the water in post 6 (so many pages ago now it is hard to remember where it was). Such beautiful scenery. I can see why everyone would want to go and visit. I hope one day to go to a place like this and see so many orchids in situ. I really appreciate you taking the time to share these with us.

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    hi zain,
    the first one is a acriopsis sp, maybe liliifolia? the other could be a grosourdya sp.
    nice pix!!!

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    pleasure to contribute friend! seeing as you found those interesting zain,
    here are some more of our "sirens of the forest".

    Bulbo. pygmaeum (flower size aprox 0.5-1cm, seed pod aprox 2.5cm)

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    Acianthus fornicatus(flower size aprox 2cm)

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    Acianthus sinclarii (flower size similar to fornicatus)

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    Chiloglottis trapizifornus

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    Zain... thanks for sharing your adventure with us... I really love looking at photos of
    plants in situ. I've been wanting to go and experience the same thing for myself however
    work is preventing me from doing so....

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hi zain,
    the first one is a acriopsis sp, maybe liliifolia? the other could be a grosourdya sp.
    nice pix!!!
    Ron, thanks ya. it's Acriopsis species, the grosourdya sp maybe, never seen the blooms like this it's my first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    Zain... thanks for sharing your adventure with us... I really love looking at photos of
    plants in situ. I've been wanting to go and experience the same thing for myself however
    work is preventing me from doing so....
    Randy, I agree with you, we are very busy with our work very difficult to go out, mine I have to take one day leave for spending with my friends in the jungle, just came back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwiorchids View Post
    pleasure to contribute friend! seeing as you found those interesting zain,
    here are some more of our "sirens of the forest".
    Jordan your native orchids are very classic and beautiful, did you go to the jungle and get that photos?

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