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Rhynchostylis retusa

This is a discussion on Rhynchostylis retusa within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I have many plant of this species. All are flowering now and one of them ...

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    Default Rhynchostylis retusa

    I have many plant of this species. All are flowering now and one of them has a 45 cm long inflorescence.
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    Looks like Aer.rosea

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    very nice mietek!!!

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    I agree with Cholon it's a Aerides rosea and cannot be Rhynchostylis because the spur facing downwards?

    Anyway its lovely...

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    I agree with Colon too. Not a rhyncostylis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilsDC View Post
    I agree with Cholon it's a Aerides rosea and cannot be Rhynchostylis because the spur facing downwards?

    Anyway its lovely...
    Yes, also look at the leaves, they are not retusate (bifurcated/divided at the end)

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    my god, what is wrong with me, of course I've made mistake. It's Aerides rosea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    @lanlua: sometime it just happened like that, that normal and that is what we call....life (nothing alway 100% correct and never go wrong).

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    This is so beautiful.... I hope I can find one here....

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    Beautiful Aerides!! I really like the first photo showing the entire spike.

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