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I belive this my happiness

This is a discussion on I belive this my happiness within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by smartie2000 Very nice! I haven't seen many of these before thanks Thanks ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smartie2000 View Post
    Very nice! I haven't seen many of these before thanks
    Thanks & enjoy this post !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tindomul1of9 View Post
    Amazing collection!!! I love it!
    Thanks !
    This is very common type of Bulb. longissimum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson
    Wilson, this species is Bulbophyllum lindleyanum, in case you do not have it identified...

    Quote Originally Posted by wilson
    This one looks to be Bulbo. vaginatum, in case you don't have an ID on this one either...

    Very nice pictures, and great species! Bulbophyllum and Cirrhopetalum are so diversified in their flowers! Thanks for posting these! Have any more?

    -Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahon View Post
    Wilson, this species is Bulbophyllum lindleyanum, in case you do not have it identified...

    Very nice pictures, and great species! Bulbophyllum and Cirrhopetalum are so diversified in their flowers! Thanks for posting these! Have any more?

    -Pat
    Of course I understand this species is Bulb. lindleyanum.

    And Have any more ?
    I have not statistics how many of Bulb. Cirr. species & hybird,
    I think it may be over 100pcs or more of it.

    Post deep color of Bulb. longissimum.
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    WOW those are some lengthy sepals! Quite long!

    -Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahon View Post
    Wilson, this species is Bulbophyllum lindleyanum, in case you do not have it identified...
    This one looks to be Bulbo. vaginatum, in case you don't have an ID on this one either...

    Very nice pictures, and great species! Bulbophyllum and Cirrhopetalum are so diversified in their flowers! Thanks for posting these! Have any more?

    -Pat
    This is not Bulbo. vaginatum, it's Bulb. medusae.

    Post this photo you can see the dark cone & contrast with Cirr. Elizabeth Ann " Buckleberry " FCC/AOS.
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    Ahh... I see... the flowers are fresh, you must post when they elongate on that Bulbo. medusae!

    -Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahon View Post
    Ahh... I see... the flowers are fresh, you must post when they elongate on that Bulbo. medusae!

    -Pat
    Sorry !
    I can't post it's becase weakness compelled the plant will cut out the flower.

    Post one can't to confirm the name of Cirr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    Thanks you're praised.
    Is that a Platycerium superbum? It looks huge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sake of silence View Post
    Is that a Platycerium superbum? It looks huge!
    Sorry ~ this isn't Platycerium superbum it's Platycerium grande.
    1st photo was shoot on 2004 and before live in our home 3yrs time.

    2rd photo is shooting on today 12'06.

    It become...............bigbigbig..........
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