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Cleisostoma subulatum

This is a discussion on Cleisostoma subulatum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; hi folks, this is a common species within asia. cheers,...

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    Default Cleisostoma subulatum

    hi folks,

    this is a common species within asia.

    cheers,
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    very nice shot.

    Never before I saw it in SEA. Do you have a habitus- picture also?

    P.

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    thanks peter,
    i have a situ pix, it usually doesnt grow lithophytic though.
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    I really need to have one of these... and thanks for the in-situ pix always a treat to see
    orchids in its natural habitat.

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    Great shots!! Thanks so much!

    Cheers,
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