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A coorectly posed Bulbophyllum dearei

This is a discussion on A coorectly posed Bulbophyllum dearei within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Bulbophyllum dearei is endemic to the Philippines and Malaysia. It is usually an epiphyte but ...

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    Default A coorectly posed Bulbophyllum dearei

    Bulbophyllum dearei is endemic to the Philippines and Malaysia. It is usually an epiphyte but can be a lithophyte.


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    Default Yikes.

    Correctly.

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    Nelson, how big is the flower? Very nice photography, as usual.

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    Your photographs are extremely good quality. It is a beautiful flower.

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    Default Thank you, Jason & Diane.

    The bloom is around 5 inches in diameter. Now, if you straighten the sepals and petals, thats another story. No stink, too.

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    And yet another beauty!

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