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Pleurothallis cypripedioides

This is a discussion on Pleurothallis cypripedioides within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This little thing has in bloom for over a year now! The flowers are about ...

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    Default Pleurothallis cypripedioides

    This little thing has in bloom for over a year now! The flowers are about the size of a pea.


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    That is very cute. It looks like Pac-Man meets the abominable snow man!

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    Cute little guy!

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    cool! they look just like freshly hatched pixie eggs!!! (if you take the stems off of course)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikon View Post
    cool! they look just like freshly hatched pixie eggs!!! (if you take the stems off of course)
    And just exactly how is it that you know what pixie eggs look like??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    And just exactly how is it that you know what pixie eggs look like??
    well, before i started growing orchids i raised pixies, had to give them up though, they bite! and if you forget to feed them, ouch, lets just say, pixie magic aint all harmless!


    of course, i am bs-ing, i may be crazy but i'm not delusional

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikon View Post
    well, before i started growing orchids i raised pixies, had to give them up though, they bite! and if you forget to feed them, ouch, lets just say, pixie magic aint all harmless!


    [SIZE=1]of course, i am bs-ing, i may be crazy but i'm not delusional [/SIZE]


    Kinda hard to tell the difference LOL! But I know what you mean about pixies. They can be nasty little buggers.

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    First off... Lien, that's a great picture! really brings out the details of the hairs!

    And to the rest of y'all folks... what are you on? and where can I get some?

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    It's all that beer. Has all sorts of weird side effects you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC C View Post
    It's all that beer. Has all sorts of weird side effects you know.
    Beer has side effects on pixies???

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