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Ascochilus nitidus?

This is a discussion on Ascochilus nitidus? within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The flower is very similar but the inflorescence is a better fit for A. nitidus. ...

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    The flower is very similar but the inflorescence is a better fit for A. nitidus. My plants flowers are all clustered at the terminus and open at once, which seems to be a better fit with A. emarginatus.

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    Thank you, I appreciate that... what drawing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrOrchid View Post
    The flower is very similar but the inflorescence is a better fit for A. nitidus. My plants flowers are all clustered at the terminus and open at once, which seems to be a better fit with A. emarginatus.

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    Thank you, I appreciate that... what drawing?
    Hi David,
    look here Ascochilus emarginatus

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    What a tiny beauty. Love the close ups .

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    Thanks, I actually had come across this site... the plant pictures helped my to eliminate A. nitidus. The one difference I see is that my plants leaves seem more succulent than those. But other than that...

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