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    This plant has been blooming from about a month ago. I was told this is native to Nueva Vizcaya.

    The older plant that I have has leaves about half the length of the longest leaves (27 cm.) of this plant. The spike is about 10 cm. long. In the pictures inches on the left, centimeters on the right. The leaves appear sunburnt, as it has been under full sun.




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    What a liitle cutie,Thats the sort of plant that become the meeting /show stopper

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    I am not so sure about this orchid species , Avoid too much sun!

    You may try to contact Sir Jun Golamco

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntgerald
    This plant has been blooming from about a month ago. I was told this is native to Nueva Vizcaya.

    The older plant that I have has leaves about half the length of the longest leaves (27 cm.) of this plant. The spike is about 10 cm. long. In the pictures inches on the left, centimeters on the right. The leaves appear sunburnt, as it has been under full sun.



    Nelson,

    I have only logged on this site today! Thanks for the post.This plant is a very close match to the Trichoglottis intermedia described by Williams of Harvard. I have seen the holotype stored in AMES.

    The species has been transported to Staurochilus intermedius. I will verify the image used by Fessel and Luckel in their German publication tomorrow.

    Staurochilus intermedius (L.O.Williams) Fessel & Lückel

    Is it fine with you to include this image in case I write an article on Staurochilus? I already have a draft and found another rare type!

    Salamat,
    Amihan

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    HI Nelson,

    Do you keep a file of your original high resolution image?

    Amy

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    Default Staurochilus intermedius (L.O.Williams) Fessel & Lückel

    Hello to all

    I had to post again, the Pomatocalpa label to the earlier post led me to this site.

    For orchids I only have 2 forums, this is one and the other is composed of experts and neohytes wanting to know more about taxonomy, biology, tissue culture and more depth on orchids. Those interested I can give you the link and you may send me a private message.

    I gave the ID for this plant a long time ago. Sad to say I did not receive any response whether I can make use of the image for publication. I am not sure if my request was indirectly answered with the posting of a high resolution image on line. Will the owner let me use at least one image for publication?
    Of course photographic and plant ownership is always credited. And there are publishers who give a small but generous fee for each photograph printed, and the owner can keep the copyright with the label.

    I have articles coming out of Orchid Digest in January regarding the rediscovery and a giving a new combination to Staurochilus. This one is interesting as we found it close to 100 years after it was first found by American collectors. Then many taxonomist considered it as a synonym to S ionosma which is far from being the same. Another paper is already accepted in Orchid Review regarding another lovely Staurochilus not very commonly cultivated which Reichenback called beautiful in the 1880's, and I am giving a common name of Magayon, meaning beautiful in Bicol where I found the plant.

    I am sharing this to let others know that I am serious in my work. My being here and trying to shed light on Philippine flora is not something that I brag about, but something that I am doing for my country and in preparation for a series of work on Philippine and Asian flora in the coming years.

    The paper for this Staurochilus intermedius is almost ready, and I hope to get the response of the owner. If he does not agree then I may just site the link as it is public or delay the publication once I get photos from others.

    In as much as I want to be very active here, I am afraid that I cannot. And my decision for my earlier post regarding to be discrete I thought about clearly, despite the possible scenarios that may happen even if I am technically racing with foreigners in naming our native plants! But I have a strong feeling that I will be ahead and there are serious issues concerning bioprospecting and accessing to biologicals.

    But in case our web-site is active again and I will have time to blog then I will share the link.

    Many thanks,
    Amy

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    Best of luck with your research, Amy! You bring a depth of knowledge that we greatly appreciate here, and I know I speak for everyone when I say we hope you'll have time to visit regularly!

    Julie

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