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Crepidium quadrilobum

This is a discussion on Crepidium quadrilobum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi, this species can be found from Luzon down to the Visayas, perhaps Mindanao as ...

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    Default Crepidium quadrilobum

    Hi,

    this species can be found from Luzon down to the Visayas, perhaps Mindanao as well.

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    Is it a terrestrial?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Is it a terrestrial?
    Hi Ron, yes it is. Sorry, it didn't come out on the plant shot. Although some species would grow on tree fern trunks or mossy trees just above the ground.

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    The orange flower really stands out against the green. Love it!

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    I love the look of the plant and the wavy edge of the leaves, very nice.

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    Very beautiful Ron thanks for sharing for this unusual species.

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