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This is a discussion on need id within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It's probably coelogyne, but i'm not sure. what is it ? It's very common here ...

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    It's probably coelogyne, but i'm not sure. what is it ? It's very common here and this was photograph in the forest.






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    Coelogyne rochussenii is all i could find, but i dont think it is this.....

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    Wow...very pretty! And it's in the wild? I hope it stays there...it is so nice to see plants in their native habitat.

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    Yes, coelogyne rochussenii. Quite common in cultivation too.

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    So little flowers usually C. rochuss. the spike is very long. Maybe another variety.

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    The plant and blooms look like C. rochussenii. Maybe a young plant.

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    Thanks Jordan and paphioboy.

    hi connie, it will stay there and nobody will take it. It grows about 4-5 meters high on the tree trunk. Moreover it was a park. Not a part of it, including seeds and flowers should be remove.

    Zainal, the outlook of the plant isn't healthy, which may explained the short flower spike.

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