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Liparis condybulbon

This is a discussion on Liparis condybulbon within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hello everyone I just to my shock found out that what I thought was an ...

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    Default Liparis condybulbon

    Hello everyone I just to my shock found out that what I thought was an encyclia cochlieta was attualy a liparis instread. I have it narrowed down a little to these.
    http://www.orchidspecies.com/lipcondybulbon.htm
    Liparis condybulbon
    Or http://www.orchidspecies.com/liparisspectabile.htm
    Liparis spectabilis

    Can anyone help decide which one it is?
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    After looking again I am leaning towards Or http://www.orchidspecies.com/liparisspectabile.htm
    Liparis spectabilis
    because that species petels all curl in where the other species has the lateral petal sticking straight out. What do you folks think?
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    I kinda think so too , but my eyes are not that accurate , sorry not a lot of help . G

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    After talking to some others on another site and compairing picture for a couple of hours I have come to the conclusion, with help from others, that this is a Liparis condybulbon. Due to the shape of the Pbulbs and the flkowers do match it too. The spectabilis from what I read has orange flowers and mine sure isn't orange. Thanks everyone for looking and helping out!!

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    Hey Josh,

    I reckon you're on the right track with Lip condylobulbon... here's another link to a couple of pics

    Liparis condylobulbon

    And that is a nice looking and very floriferous plant.

    Cheers
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    Thanks Tim that looks just like the orchid I have!!! The flowers curle and everything!! Lets just hope they have it labeled right now. LOL And TW How did you find this I searched and searched with google, yahoo, and alltheweb. Had a hard time finding much of anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB_Orchidguy
    Thanks Tim that looks just like the orchid I have!!! The flowers curle and everything!! Lets just hope they have it labeled right now. LOL And TW How did you find this I searched and searched with google, yahoo, and alltheweb. Had a hard time finding much of anything.
    oh you know, just gifted i guess

    actually this being an aussie based site, I frequent it a bit... actually I'm just a web wh*re....


    cheers
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    Default I think I posted a photo of the same plant

    maybe two months ago.

    This is a plant very commonly sold here in Manila.

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    Ya know it never accured to me to do a search here for a pic a member wight have posted. I will have to remember that. Thanks NTG. Oh Time I know what you mean about being a web ***** If I;m not busy at work that all I am doing is surfing the net and posting on the forums I visit. LOL Folks at work can't belive how much time I can spend on the PC.

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