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Trigonidium ergotonianum

This is a discussion on Trigonidium ergotonianum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The flower is about an inch tall. There is one flower on a very thin ...

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    The flower is about an inch tall. There is one flower on a very thin spike but mutli spikes are forming on the plant.

    I had a patient one time that was obviously a paranoid psychotic...it was a scary thing sitting there taking the history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clintdawley View Post
    WOW! It looks like some kind of funky alien...see the two eyes and the big cone-shaped head?
    hehehe... I thought so too, but was not going to say anything. I usually get teased when I bring up aliens. lol!

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    an updated pic...I have 2 more spikes blooming


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    Ron, these photos are amazing. Nice work, man! AND - this one still looks like an alien. hehe..

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    (I think I need to find an alien smilie.... hmmm?)

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    I really like this species and this plant has special meaning for me. It was a souvenir from a trip to Belize 4 years ago.

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