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Acriopsis liliifolia

This is a discussion on Acriopsis liliifolia within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It sounds like they're fairly difficult to get. Since I've seen a few at good ...

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    It sounds like they're fairly difficult to get. Since I've seen a few at good prices, it might be worth a try, as you said. Heck, many years ago, I bought a Diplomeris hirsuta(sp?/that may not be the name now). Of course, I was younger and dumber. Nowadays, I won't go to that extreme but I can try something like Acriopsis liliifolia...MANY THANKS for your input! CWC. Name:  image.jpg
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    It sounds like they're fairly difficult to get. Since I've seen a few at good prices, it might be worth a try, as you said. Heck, many years ago, I bought a Diplomeris hirsuta(sp?/that may not be the name now). Of course, I was younger and dumber. Nowadays, I won't go to that extreme but I can try something like Acriopsis liliifolia...MANY THANKS for your input! CWC. Name:  image.jpg
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