Michael most probably based on your description is Eria albidotomentosa. http://www.orchidspecies.com/orphotd...otomentosa.jpg
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This is a discussion on Wild Orchid close to blooming. Know it? within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I am attaching some photographs of a wild orchid plant from Thailand that will be ...
I am attaching some photographs of a wild orchid plant from Thailand that will be blooming soon as the spikes are clearly visible. I have seen them in flower before, i.e. they are small, attached to a spike, sort of like bells and have hairy white-green and yellow blooms. Can anyone identify it? Thanks.
hi, first i thought its liparis, but zain is correct with eria, im just not sure if its the one he meant. i checked his link and pbulb doesnt match, but nevertheless this is always exciting,so pls keep us posted when it opens.
Zain identified it correctly, I checked images on Google. It's an Eria albidotomentosa, the common name being "Downy white Eria".
ok, pls post pix when in bloom.
I look forward to seeing it in bloom too, Michael.
This is an update and especially for Ron, as he asked twice to see this orchid in bloom! It took quite a while to open (6 weeks) and there are more coming...
there we go,
thanks michael, love this one!
Now practically all have opened, so here are some more photos! ENJOY
Really nice! I especially like the lip.
How big is the plant/flower? Thanks.