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This is a discussion on Taeniophyllum glandulosum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A very tiny species that I just found last week in the forest, this one ...
A very tiny species that I just found last week in the forest, this one is new to me.
Spike just about 1cm long. Whole plan about 3-4cm2.
Very interesting species.
Amazing! You must have a blast tromping around the forest. Wish I could go
Canh, nice plant, it also growing in South China, Yunnan.
How cute! And at that size, I could grow it in a terr! I'll have to keep an eye open for one.
some great shots, congrats!
Will that gonna have leaves?
or its just the same as the ghost orchid?
Leafless orchids really have some appeal to me... too bad I haven't had the opportunity to add one to my collection... I was able to locate one before but was not able to get it as it is quite
expensive then. I hope someday I'd be able to grow a few leafless chids. thanks for sharing.