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Cirrhopetalum cumingii

This is a discussion on Cirrhopetalum cumingii within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I just divided my huge clump of B.cumingii, they keep flowering non-stop. Anyway, Wally, the ...

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    I just divided my huge clump of B.cumingii, they keep flowering non-stop. Anyway, Wally, the B.basisetum that I got from you at WOC, it has 7 flowers from 3 flower spikes now

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    Default comparison shots

    here are close ups, just no profile shots, sorry.

    1. C. makoyanum
    2. C. brevibrachiatum

    there is not much differences in between their columns, i also zoomed in a few older shots and shapes differ slightly even from bloom to bloom, on both species.

    for me the most obvious distinguishing features in C. makoyanum are:

    - the tuber-like lateral sepals
    - the "pimply" surface of the floral segments
    - shorter, almost straight hairs on the dorsal sepal and petals
    - the bigger sized flowers
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