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Uprooted tree full of unknown orchids and ferns

This is a discussion on Uprooted tree full of unknown orchids and ferns within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Thank everyone for viewing and comments. Thanks Angel and Zainal for the id. Zainal i ...

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    Thank everyone for viewing and comments.
    Thanks Angel and Zainal for the id.
    Zainal i was refering to the den.anosmum. The limestone surface isn't visible cos they were covered with dead grasses and needle pine leaves.

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    Lots of Oak leaf ferns (Drynaria quercifolia) in its natural habitat.

    Looks like a clumps of Coelogyne asperata to me and Pholidota imbricata too.

    And also clearly Dendrobium anosmum.

    Nice plants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilsDC View Post
    Lots of Oak leaf ferns (Drynaria quercifolia) in its natural habitat.

    Looks like a clumps of Coelogyne asperata to me and Pholidota imbricata too.

    And also clearly Dendrobium anosmum.

    Nice plants.
    The oak leaf ferns were very common sight in the forests and i was curious of the id. Thanks for the id and the others.

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    What a find. Thanks for sharing.

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