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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Another small species....
Another small species.
When I went further up to the forest I saw these.
My friends when we were in the jungle looking for orchids, the next 2 photos...terrestrial orchid which is quite common can be seen at the forest floor.
Habenaria species very small flowers similar like a dragan in shape greenish color is endemic to this particular area unfortunately no flower during this time just immature spikes.
Spathoglottis plicata is native to our country too can be seen in certain area tolerating very well under direct sun light. Here this species really very tough without any organic material they can adhere very tough to the surface of the uneven rock and producing relatively very long spike as you can see in the photos below.