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Bulbophyllum trigonosepalum, green form

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    thanks so much guys!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    thanks guys!
    @randy
    yeah, your papulosum would be jealous about this stench, lol.
    true Randy, this section Lepidorhiza isnt easy. however, as you pointed out, its the papillae (warts) on the lip, which is almost absent in B.trigonosepalum. Aside from coloration and sizes differences, which isnt a clear indicator. B.trigonosepalum is usually yellow and amongst the larger one in this section.
    Hey Ron, that's plagiarism- you took that explanation out of my MOJ article, haha

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    haha Wally, i changed a comma!

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    I'm really starting to fall in love with Bulbos, even if some are stinky ha! Don't think my coworkers would appreciate the stinky ones as much as me though...looks like I'm going to have to build a greenhouse!

    Gorgeous plant btw

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