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Eulophia graminea

This is a discussion on Eulophia graminea within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi, this is a widespread species troughout Asia, spike ca. 40cm tall. Cheers!...

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    Default Eulophia graminea

    Hi,

    this is a widespread species troughout Asia, spike ca. 40cm tall.

    Cheers!
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    Good capture on that close-up! Quite an interesting lip.

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    Thanks Pavel, love the lip too!

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    Great close up photo of this orchid bloom!!

    cheers,
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    Gotta love the lip.

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    I like the flowers Ron and love the long spike. AL

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    Thanks again guys!

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    Ron, no leaves?

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    Hi everybody and very glad to discover the orchid talk forum

    I am a new user, because I have a project about homeotic gene and orchid flower development, I have some questions please ;

    - at the total there are 5 b class gene in orchid, : 4 def-like and 1 Glo-like?
    - those 4 def-like are 4 from 4 clades
    - every orchid species have 4 def-like genes?

    Thx a lot and reading from you soon

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    Awesome lip!

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