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philippines orchid noid

This is a discussion on philippines orchid noid within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; hi forum , here is an orchid, out of the forest in leyte, philippines. i ...

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    hi forum,

    here is an orchid, out of the forest in leyte, philippines.
    i have no idea where to start a research, so help is needed, thanks.

    a little description,
    last year i had one of those and it died on me just before opening the first flowers.
    i got a look at the bloom, colour was beige and tiger like.
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    It's in the vanda alliance....maybe when it blooms you will find out. It's hard to tell what a plant is before seeing the flowers. Good luck....
    Connie

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    Default It might be a Dipodium.

    Most probably Dipodium paludosum.

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    type of DIPODIUM plant....and check the flower for know that is dipodium paludosum dipodium scanden, or etc

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    hi guys,

    thank you sooo much!

    yep it is definitely a dipodium and now i cant wait for the flowers.....hehe

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