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Pterocers noid

This is a discussion on Pterocers noid within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've got this plant as Sarcochilus longicalcareum. Later on, this group of Sarcochilus was transferred ...

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    I've got this plant as Sarcochilus longicalcareum. Later on, this group of Sarcochilus was transferred to the genus Pteroceras. Also Pteroceras longicalcareum. Recently my plant is flowering and I see, it's something another. Do somebody knows the name?
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    After first view I suggest Tuberolabium odoratissimum!

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    Hi Martin, I agree, thanks.

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    Check this link from Jay Pfahl's site for a picture of a odoratissima.
    IOSPE PHOTOS

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    Nice going guys!

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