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Bulb. species

This is a discussion on Bulb. species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I very like this Thai Bulb. specie and flower long lasting !...

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    Default Bulb. species

    I very like this Thai Bulb. specie and flower long lasting !
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    That's a really cute Bulb flower. I have never seen one like that. Thanks for the picture.

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    Vow! That is an amazing looking bulbo! Any detectable scent?
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Wilson, it is Bulbophyllum lindlayanum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane
    That's a really cute Bulb flower. I have never seen one like that. Thanks for the picture.
    Thanks ! It's very lovely.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hoa Tony Nguyen
    Vow! That is an amazing looking bulbo! Any detectable scent?
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    Thanks ~ and it's no scent in the air.
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    Wilson, it is Bulbophyllum lindlayanum
    Thanks you !

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    Has anyone ever heard of Bulb. virginatum? Ive searched and searched not lucky I guess.

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    sake of silence, The correct name should be Bulb.vaginatum.

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