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Coelogyne speciosa and fimbriata

This is a discussion on Coelogyne speciosa and fimbriata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Herewith pictures of my blooming Coelogyne speciosa and its minitiature relative Coelogyne fimbriata. The thorny ...

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    Default Coelogyne speciosa and fimbriata

    Herewith pictures of my blooming Coelogyne speciosa and its minitiature relative Coelogyne fimbriata.

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    The thorny looking thing pointing upwards from the flower of the speciosa is the next flower in waiting.
    The little one looks a bit like a big moth, doesn't it?

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    Very nice Rudy!

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    VERY, nice Rudy!

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    The little one looks a bit like a big moth, doesn't it?
    LOL, yes I fully agree!

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    Oh yes, I really like the little one that looks like the moth. Very cool!! Nice growing.

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    Love the form and unique color variations. This is a very unusual beauty!

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    nice ones!!!

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