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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; P1 seedling of Dendrochilum species thrive very well in this atmosphere. P2 Maybe seedling of ...

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    P1 seedling of Dendrochilum species thrive very well in this atmosphere.
    P2 Maybe seedling of Bulbophyllum species I was intrigued what kind of plant in between the orchids very rough and looks like it's very sharp.
    P3 Could be Coelogyne species.
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    Seedling of Nepenthes sanguinea green color
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    Another bulbophyllum species endemic in this area the leaves relatively very small and the flower too. Those flowers bloomed exsitu I was told by my friend that it is Bulbo microglossum
    it's has very nice smell, and lasting for more than a week.
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    Just to share with you Bulbo. microglossum from Sarawak the leaves as well the pseudobulb totally different including the flower or maybe the new species I didn't know maybe can be opened for discussion.
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    It is obviously in Sect. sestochilus , along with B.sumatrum, lobbii etc, but naming bulbophyllums must be a job for a taxonomic botanist - so many are so similar - looking at the flowers, but what you say about the bulbs is interesting - do you not think that they can vary acording to local climatic conditions ?
    I hjave in mind tht way back when the only way we could get species in UK was by import of wild collected orchids ( which was then perfectly legal) it was commonplace to establish the plants, and grow them on, and find that the bulbs and leaves grown in our greenhouses were different from those grown in the wild - only as a matter of degree, but sometimes - especially with cattleyas, a fairly large degree.

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    Such a great adventure every time, Zain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    It is obviously in Sect. sestochilus , along with B.sumatrum, lobbii etc, but naming bulbophyllums must be a job for a taxonomic botanist - so many are so similar - looking at the flowers, but what you say about the bulbs is interesting - do you not think that they can vary acording to local climatic conditions ?
    I hjave in mind tht way back when the only way we could get species in UK was by import of wild collected orchids ( which was then perfectly legal) it was commonplace to establish the plants, and grow them on, and find that the bulbs and leaves grown in our greenhouses were different from those grown in the wild - only as a matter of degree, but sometimes - especially with cattleyas, a fairly large degree.
    Thanks Geoff for through a way very interesting idea as orchids collector something different or very unusual I would be very happy I always consider them as a new species but in reality I'm may be wrong or maybe right, as you said different location may influence the size and shape of the individual species I like it, how are we going to determine that they are the same species in nature especially in South East Asia they are so many flowers almost similar, like Bulb jennae and so on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    Such a great adventure every time, Zain!
    Thanks Cathy this time I'm very lucky to see a lots of orchids in bloomed slowly going to share with you all.

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    P1 to P2 Coelogyne species very unusual leaves.
    P3 Bulbo species.
    P4 Flikengeria species no flower noted very healthy plant in huge clump.
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    P1 to P2 few clumps of orchids species on the tree branches.
    P3 Could be Agastrophyllum species.
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