A few more to id:
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This is a discussion on Another trip through the Orchid Conservatory within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here are a few more photos from my latest trip to the Atlanta Orchid Conservatory ...
Here are a few more photos from my latest trip to the Atlanta Orchid Conservatory - not a whole lot new going on there, but I thought you might enjoy these - and identifying them! again working without a tripod and trying to move quickly, so some are not as clear as I would like - but the color is pretty accurate.
Last edited by mauraec; December 18th, 2011 at 09:17 AM. Reason: add numbers
A few more to id:
Hi Maura nice shots, that is Paph liemianum and the last picture is maybe Chysis limminghei.
thanks for sharing
The new set of photos I would guess maybe Paph villosum and Bulbophyllum echinolabium.
Great shots, Maura. The shots of Paph liemianum with the out-of-focus background and the last picture of the Bulbo are superb. thanks for sharing.
So.... according to Zain and Yew, we have ids as follows:
#1. Paph. liemianum
#4. Chysis limminghei
# 5. Paph. villosum
#7. and #8. Bulbophyllum echinolabium (that's correct as far as I know - it was the only one that was tagged.)
Now we need someone to fill in the blanks!
Last edited by mauraec; December 18th, 2011 at 12:55 PM. Reason: punctuation
Nice photos! I love the Chysis limminghei. Thanks for the ID, too.
Nice photos of some pretty orchid blooms and buds. I was going to identify the bulbo since it was blooming here last week too.
Number 5 is not Paph villosum , it is not even a paph - its a Phrag - a hybrid, I can have a stab at the grex, but something like a schlimii cross I'd guess - Cardinale is the only one IO know really well, and it could be that.
The next one down - the paph in bud - that could be villosum or any one of a dozen other species too......