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Bryobium sp

This is a discussion on Bryobium sp within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very pretty. Completely new to me....

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    Very pretty. Completely new to me.

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    Very nice abiom, I like the way that you mounted this species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Very nice abiom, I like the way that you mounted this species.
    Hehe..TQ again tn

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    i've never heard of Bryobium before.
    for me, your flowers resembles Pinalia senilis, but not so much the plant.
    i posted it before, you may compare it.
    TQ Ron for your input.Your plant is bigger than this one. A friend suggested Bryobium pudicum Sometimes..no..all the time I confused with Eria,Pinalia and now this Bryobium.

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    Thanks for satisfying my curiosity abiom. Am a very big fan of the style you choose to mount your orchids. Somewhere in between greenhouse tlc and mother natures tough love. very natural and a rewarding sign of growth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abiom View Post
    TQ Ron for your input.Your plant is bigger than this one. A friend suggested Bryobium pudicum and I searched on internet and found this Bryobium pudicum. Close-up. photo - Rogier van Vugt photos at pbase.com Sometimes..no..all the time I confused with Eria,Pinalia and now this Bryobium.
    Hi,
    the plant size isnt so much of an issue, more so the pseudobulbs. i also googled around before and your flower doesnt match Bryobium pudicum at all.

    Eria was a huge genus before, now there is only 4 left. Plenty of those species are Pinalia now and more splitting is done, coz the DNA separates them from Eria.
    so it seems, Bryobium is a new genus now.

    do you have more plants and pix to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    Hi,
    the plant size isnt so much of an issue, more so the pseudobulbs. i also googled around before and your flower doesnt match Bryobium pudicum at all.

    Eria was a huge genus before, now there is only 4 left. Plenty of those species are Pinalia now and more splitting is done, coz the DNA separates them from Eria.
    so it seems, Bryobium is a new genus now.

    do you have more plants and pix to share?
    I'm a big fan of Eria, now Pinalia. I have some which has not flower yet and some other plants going to bloom in near future.Will definitely share them here. Thanks again Ron

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    Nice little Eria/Pinalia. Love the sugar coated blooms. And the photos are great too .

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    Today one of noid fully open. Smell some nice fragrance this morning and I also notice the lip is brownish. Hoping some member here can give tip or id. Really appreciate all and thank you




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