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Taeniophyllum spec.

This is a discussion on Taeniophyllum spec. within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Such tiny flower. Leafless orchids are very interesting even not always so spectacular....

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    Default Taeniophyllum spec.

    Such tiny flower. Leafless orchids are very interesting even not always so spectacular.
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    Size doesn't always count. Uniqueness and rarity adds so much value to a plant. This orchid is beautiful.

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    Angel, because is coming from your country.

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    Hi Mietek,

    Your plant has some resemblence to Taeniophyllum obtusum.

    Jim Cootes

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    Thanks Jim. Soon I should have more flowers and will make more pictures.

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    Very delicate plant...

    Beautiful.

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