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Bulbophyllum noid

This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum noid within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; agressive looking, wild..i like this "multiple headed animal"!...

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    Default Bulbophyllum noid

    agressive looking, wild..i like this "multiple headed animal"!






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    look like Bulb.morphologorum

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    Wow . This is the way how you growing beautiful bulbos . Please share the culture information.

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    possibly B careyanum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    possibly B careyanum
    thx for helping. i saw your answer in my other post and sorry for late reply.
    i found some caracteristics that didn't match with careyanum and crassipes like the length of the spike, shape of the lip, arrangement of flowers but it's so difficult to id from pictures and so difficult when it comes to bulbo and their many many variations...
    btw one friend pointed me B. morphologlorum witch fit perfectly. don't you think?

    thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by bechinolina View Post
    thx for helping. i saw your answer in my other post and sorry for late reply.
    i found some caracteristics that didn't match with careyanum and crassipes like the length of the spike, shape of the lip, arrangement of flowers but it's so difficult to id from pictures and so difficult when it comes to bulbo and their many many variations...
    btw one friend pointed me B. morphologlorum witch fit perfectly. don't you think?

    thx
    From looking at examples of Bulbophyllum morphologlorum on the internet, I am not sure if that ix a good ID either. Each flower is 1 inch long on Bulbophyllum morphologlorum. Either it is a very variable species or some of the ones I have looked at have been misidentified

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