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This is a discussion on Unknown species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Alplily NH It's VERY cute! Is it fragrant? Julie yap, very soft ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alplily NH View Post
    It's VERY cute! Is it fragrant?
    Julie yap, very soft smells and nice most of the flowers easily become the seed pods soon due to insects activity, flying and crawling to this blooms.

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    They are both Pteroceras species
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimec View Post
    They are both Pteroceras species
    Jim Cootes
    Thanks Jimec for the info, I am really appreciate it.

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    Both of the plants are Pteroceras species. I don't have enough time to identify them.

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