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Paraphalaenopsis labukensis

This is a discussion on Paraphalaenopsis labukensis within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Named for the Labuk Valley in eastern Sabah, Borneo. This warm growing species has terete ...

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    Default Paraphalaenopsis labukensis

    Named for the Labuk Valley in eastern Sabah, Borneo. This warm growing species has terete (rat-tailed) leaves that can get to be 4 or 5 feet. This is a first bloom seedling, 2 foot leaves, one flower and it has to suffer through intermediate temps.
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    Wow Ron this one very nice , how long the terete leaves in your hand, I believe should be more than one meter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Wow Ron this one very nice , how long the terete leaves in your hand, I believe should be more than one meter.
    mine are .6 meters but it can get to 1.5 meters

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    That is stunning! I have not heard of paraphalaenopsis before, I certainly think this one is beautiful! thank you for the photos.

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