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Cleisostoma duplicilobum ?

This is a discussion on Cleisostoma duplicilobum ? within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Would like to share with you this vandaceous from Borneo has branching with multiple tines ...

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    Default Cleisostoma duplicilobum ?

    Would like to share with you this vandaceous from Borneo has branching with multiple tines small flowers,the nearest I think is Cleisostoma duplicilobum maybe I'm wrong but whatever it is I hope you enjoy it.
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    Nice subdued colors!

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    Wow. nice looking one. thanks for sharing Dr.zainal

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    Oohhh sooo cuuutteee

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    Yes, we enjoy it. That's very cute.

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