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Trichoglottis noid

This is a discussion on Trichoglottis noid within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; according to the vendor, this species is native to Sumatra....

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    according to the vendor, this species is native to Sumatra.
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    Woah... What a cool little flower!

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    I really don't know the genus beyond brachiata, but it looks a bit like rigida-what color was your anther cap?

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    Are trichoglottis' hard to grow?? Do they like it really warm?? I had one way back that I killed. Maybe now I would do better with these. I think the flower is one cool looking thing...in fact next to the Paraphal. this has to be on the top of my list that I wish I could grow.

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    It has an acutifolia lip. I wonder if it is another color form?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    It has an acutifolia lip. I wonder if it is another color form?
    Cathy, what is an acutifolia lip?

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    Patty, acutifolia is a species of Trichoglottis

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    Patty, acutifolia is a species of Trichoglottis
    Thanks!

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    very nice Mietek... I wont be able to help with the ID, btw is it fragrant?

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    looks like Acampe to me, dont know...

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