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orchids need id. Thanks

This is a discussion on orchids need id. Thanks within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; unknown wild highland varieties 1/ 2/ 3/...

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    Default orchids need id. Thanks

    unknown wild highland varieties
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    Cool looking plants. The last one may be some type of cattleya, but I will let the folks that know help you out.

    Cheers,
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    The last one looks like Eria pulchella

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    interesting species i havent seen...

    just wild guesses, first pix looks like thrixspermum spike but the leaves???
    second pix, staurochilus or trichoglottis and
    third pix somewhat bulbophyllum looking, but orange?

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    First one could be Liparis gibbosa or other Liparis species
    Last one could be Eria pulchella

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    First - Dendrochillum glummatum maybe IDK
    Second - Gastrochillus area?
    Last couple - neat bulbophyllum?

    Thanks for letting us glimpse things we wish we could see non digitally.

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    The last one is Eria discolor

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    Thanks all for the effort. I will take note of all the possible ID.

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