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One of the world's smallest vandaceous orchids!

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    Wonderful flowers! I may consider this one.

    Ah, the days when I was a student orchid judge. I had the youngest eyes and had to measure and count the tiny ones. I'm glad those days are over and I'm not even thinking about judging.

    Kevin

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    thats tooo cute! could you imagine trying to pollinate that thing?????

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    I really like this one. I've been wanting to get one for a long time now, but haven't gotten around to looking for one.

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    Very pretty! Such sweet teeny flowers.

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    That is a cutey!

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    I love the texture of the leaves as much as the delicate little flowers!

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    It's so cute !

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    so cute i like this one

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