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South America species Notylia barkeri

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    Smile South America species Notylia barkeri

    I got this stuff as free of charge from my friend just came back from Mexico November last year. They looked like masdiviella got pseudobulb and very tough leave . Second time blooming for me so small about 2 to 4 mm, the spikes at the first time arise from the stem and second time from the leaf axil. Very weird beautiful and I dont know what is this. Please enjoy this photos probably our friends from this forum can recognize it.
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    Very cute! Looks somewhat familiar but I just can't place it.

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    Hi,


    Congrats!!! es muy bella.
    It is a Notylia barkeri http://www.orchidspecies.com/notyliabarkerii.htm

    Distributed from Mexico and Central America....also
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    Yep, Notylia barkeri. I have a mounted one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ana patricia View Post
    Hi,


    Congrats!!! es muy bella.
    It is a Notylia barkeri IOSPE PHOTOS

    Distributed from Mexico and Central America....also
    Ana thank you very much finally got the name for this little one, settle my problem. Zain

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    Hi Zain


    Nothing.....It was a pleasure to help ... I learn a lot here too.


    Your orchid is a small giant, very beautiful

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    Great bloom. Thanks Ana!

    Cheers,
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    very nice...definitely looks like it would like to me mounted

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    Ron is right, they love to be mounted, I used to have one. I gave it away!
    The blooms smell very nice too!


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    I first saw this species during a jungle hike in Puerto Vallarta. It was blooming and I loved it. Began an immediate search for one when I got back to NYC

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