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Staurochilus ionosma

This is a discussion on Staurochilus ionosma within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Endemic to the stretch of islands from the Ryukus to the Philippines. Formerly known as ...

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    Default Staurochilus ionosma

    Endemic to the stretch of islands from the Ryukus to the Philippines.
    Formerly known as Trichoglottis ionosma.


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    A very handsome bloom indeed.

    We really need to organize an RVO orchid forum field trip.... Let's see, Julie is good with the BS,,, uhh.... I mean Julie writes well, she can apply for a government grant to compile the most up to date orchid compendium in the world. We'll need about 5 million US. Then we hire Nelson to photograph, Gin to manage the administrative stuff, Julie to look things up in her database, Hoa to help with the heavy lifting, Wolf to construct the photography backgrounds, Tim to help Nelson with the pictures, BD and LJA to help with the taxonomy, a couple of other members to help carry luggage.... Oh, and I'll make all the travel arrangements.... I'm a pro at that!!!

    Around the world with orchids!!!!!

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    Default LOL, Diane...

    I think spring should be here soon, so you can look forward to more blooms. But thanks anyway.

    How great it would be to go on a safari with you, guys.

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    A safari - that's just what we need!

    Hey, now that you mention it...why is it we never hear of orchids native to Africa? I would think they'd be growing in every tree there.

    Julie

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    I have some orchids from Africa and they are in bloom. Maybe I will post their pictures soon.
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane
    A very handsome bloom indeed.

    We really need to organize an RVO orchid forum field trip.... Let's see, Julie is good with the BS,,, uhh.... I mean Julie writes well, she can apply for a government grant to compile the most up to date orchid compendium in the world. We'll need about 5 million US. Then we hire Nelson to photograph, Gin to manage the administrative stuff, Julie to look things up in her database, Hoa to help with the heavy lifting, Wolf to construct the photography backgrounds, Tim to help Nelson with the pictures, BD and LJA to help with the taxonomy, a couple of other members to help carry luggage.... Oh, and I'll make all the travel arrangements.... I'm a pro at that!!!

    Around the world with orchids!!!!!

    Where can you place me? Again conservation committee perhaps?

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