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This is a discussion on Taeniophyllum species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; One of the smaller flower leafless only green roots appeared on the bark and multiple ...
One of the smaller flower leafless only green roots appeared on the bark and multiple spikes noted, difficult to find in the jungle.
what about Taeniophyllum pusilum?
According to KEW, Taeniophyllum obtusum is a synonym of Taeniophyllum pusillum. So that solves your problem as now T.pusillum is the accepted name.
However, I feel that T.obtusum is just a variant of T.pusillum.
Cute little orchid bloom. It appears to have a smilie face on it. haha...
Zain, aside from the fascinating plant, I have to say your photos are truly excellent - capturing something that tiny isn't the easiest thing in the world.
very nice photos n great find considering the nature of this orchid