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bulbophyllum orchids

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    Default bulbophyllum orchids

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    Do you have names for any of these bulbo orchids? Would love to put names with the photos. Congratulations on the blooms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Do you have names for any of these bulbo orchids? Would love to put names with the photos. Congratulations on the blooms.

    cheers,
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    sorry, usually i write names directly on the pics...i forget it!
    fisrt is what people call auratum "yellow" but not sure if it's a recognised name. what is very strange is that the entire umbrella is covered by some kind of liquid/glue...
    second is longissimum and no need to explain why this name, lol!
    then it's an hybrid between rothschildianum and putidum.
    then come echinolabium, the famous stinky bulbo, and longisepalum.
    next it's the nice gracilimum umbrella and last Bulbo lilacinum.
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    Cool..... Bulbos love your collections

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