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This is a discussion on Your Tiny Orchids within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Ceratostylis pleurothallis--1-1.5" tall plant, 0.3" flower. I believe it is the smallest species of this ...

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    Ceratostylis pleurothallis--1-1.5" tall plant, 0.3" flower. I believe it is the smallest species of this genus. It blooms few times a year.
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    Oncidium coloratum--posted it earlier on other thread but I think this colorful species belongs here also. 2"-2.5" plant, 0.7" flower.
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    Leptotes pauloensis--perhaps it is the smallest one of the genus. Plant is 1.5" tall and the flower is 0.6"
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    another set of superb minis tom, very nice!

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    Default Taeniophyllum philippinensis aff

    hi,
    even if this species would have leaves, it would fit easily in this thread.
    jim cootes isnt a 100% sure about the id, but its related to philippinensis. not much is known about this genus.
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    I want to add too, but I have to wait for something to bloom.

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    Loving all the minis!

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    While all of them are pretty, I love that oncidium coloratum...Is it fragrant? Thanks...Betty :-)

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    Wow! Especially love the Onc coloratum and Cera pleurothallis!

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    A nice leafless species, Ron.

    Betty, that Onc. coloratum has no fragrance.

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