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Pholidota leveilleana ???

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    Default Pholidota leveilleana ???

    I still not sure this is Pholidota leveilleana or not, If any one know this species ID, please help me.




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    Did you check Pholidota yunnanensis? Your flowers looks very similar to this species.

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    I'm not smart enough to add anything to the request for ID, but I just have to comment on the beauty. It looks like spun glass in the picture. Thank you for sharing.

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    Beautiful what ever the name. Love the orange in this orchid bloom.

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    Such delicate flowers!

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    Yew, do you have an image of the plant? the flowers look relativly similar to our Earina species, not sure which though...these grow up in Australia and have been found in PNG as well.

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    wait, dont worry lol, i think it is what Vincent said......beautiful blossoms though!

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    I'm sorry for not reply sooner.
    This is the whole orchid plant, the orchid plant look different with the one lanlua suggest


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    NICE! as i said, scrap the idea of earina lol definitly NO resemblance in the plant

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    This is whole spike, do anyone can help me with the ID please.






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