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Few Pleurothallids in bloom

This is a discussion on Few Pleurothallids in bloom within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Lepanopsis Mitchele Pleurothallis aff. grobyi Dryadella zebrina...

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    Default Few Pleurothallids in bloom

    Lepanopsis Mitchele
    Pleurothallis aff. grobyi
    Dryadella zebrina
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    Awesome looking mini's. thanks for sharing

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    Great miniatures! What a show!
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    Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I'm really starting to love the Pleurothallid group! How many do you have in total? I have yet to get a true Pleurothallid, but I do have other members of 'micro' miniatures . . . and I'm sure to be expanding on my current collection. I've currently got Dracula lotax, Phloeophila carrilloi, Scaphosepalum microdactylum, Phalaenopsis parrishii, Masdevallia erinacea, and Masdevallia tuerckheimii. I have really enjoyed you posting your pics! Thanks for sharing your wonderful plants!

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    Thanks

    Annette, I have a mixed collection, 700-900 plants, many are miniatures. I don't know how many Pleurothallids I have now.

    Masdevallia, Lepanthes, Scaphosepalum, Lepanthopsis, Dracula, Dryadella, Stelis, Platystele.... and many other genera, they all belong to Pleuthallidinae. They may not be the most "showy" orchids but nevertheless they are fascinating once you got hooked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-19951 View Post
    They may not be the most "showy" orchids but nevertheless they are fascinating once you got hooked...
    That's true - but they are intriguing in their uniqueness! And I'm hooked . . .

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    Awesome bloomings. Congratulations Tom.

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