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Chiloschista parishii

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    Default Chiloschista parishii

    Found in Northern part of Peninsular Malaysia.
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    very nice! Does it ever get any rudimentary leaves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    very nice! Does it ever get any rudimentary leaves?
    Very frequent in fact I got another species from Sumatera also got the same thing.Thanks Ron.

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    I really like this genus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    I really like this genus!
    Like Ghost Orchid very unique but is not free flowering here so sad Ron.

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    Does it get more light during the dry season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Does it get more light during the dry season?
    During the drought season many leaves fall off this species begin to get extra light than normally and inducing spikes formation.

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    I am wondering if it is not blooming well due to light issues, that is why I asked.

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    I also have some species of this genus, this year 4 species bloom already and other will soon bloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    I am wondering if it is not blooming well due to light issues, that is why I asked.
    Thanks Ron I dont think its light issues but I do believe due to temperature related as my area temperature the lowest almost constant 24 degree Celsius in contrast the temperature at original place in the wild roughly between 21 to 23 degree C..

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