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    One very nice species almos without leave: Chiloschista family and I think this is Chiloschista parishii (we have some other one also in Vietnam)








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    and its plant, just imagine in the mid-flower season..... woooo






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    I think I need some break so you can digest..




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    Wow....all of these pictures are very nice. I especially like the Chiloschista parishii in bloom. Thank you for sharing them all.

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    It is great!
    how do you recognize all the orchids?

    do you have to be careful about poisonous snakes?
    any potentially dangerous animals in the forest?

    nice photos. what are you shooting with?
    stefano

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    Absolutely beautiful !
    Thanks for sharing this !
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    P.S.
    And you look great !

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    Great pics. Must have been a fun day. Gotta go shovel the snow here now.

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    @ stefpix: how do you recognize all the orchids?:
    First I tool the photo and check on the book and internet sources to find the ID. If plan have flower that more easy to find their ID but ofcause alot of species I still find their ID.

    do you have to be careful about poisonous snakes?
    Not only poisonous snakes but many other things like, poison plans, insect etc..

    any potentially dangerous animals in the forest?
    Animals...no, I saw some dangerous animals like bear in forest but it not dangerous because usually all animal in the wild they seem to avoid any kind of strange movement around them.

    nice photos. what are you shooting with?
    I use Nikon D200

    Some more photo:

    One kind of "Cleisostoma" but I still cant find its ID (very nice flower)






    "Cheirostylis chinensis"




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    One kind of "Liparis"



    "Paphiopedilum hirsutissimum"


    I cant find this one yet....


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