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Bulbophyllum megalanthum

This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum megalanthum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by san Hi Ron and Zain, did it stop releasing fragrance after pollen ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by san View Post
    Hi Ron and Zain, did it stop releasing fragrance after pollen being removed ?
    Hi,
    yes, the fragrance was still strong the first 3 days, but then faded away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siaogu View Post
    Yah, it looks so much like B.chieri and B.lyriforme. Very unique species. Seems like you got quite a bit of your Bulbophyllum growing. I should start to plan a trip to Philippines and raid your orchids soon
    Hi Vincent,
    my castle is ready for your invasion, any time! lol

    @Pavel,
    it would have opened a bit further, if it wasnt disturbed. Unlike B.cheiri, which stays closed up. this was my first time seeing this species, gotta need more observation.

    thanks for all comments!!!

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