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A couple of Bulbo/Cirr species

This is a discussion on A couple of Bulbo/Cirr species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Last year it was the considered opinion that this was purpurascens. I an not sure. ...

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    Default A couple of Bulbo/Cirr species

    Last year it was the considered opinion that this was purpurascens. I an not sure. Any help with ID would be appreciated.



    This one is also an NOID species


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    That first one is NICE!

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    Sorry, I don't about Cirr and Bulbos.

    Both are quite attractive, but the first looks like a Japanese floral arrangement--quite beautiful.

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    Default Both are very pretty.

    I wish I know what their names are.

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    Nelson, I was counting that you would be able to ID at least one.

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    Those are really nice Ron!
    The first is presenting it self quite well.

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    Yes, I agree. The first one is really something!

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    They're beautiful even as NoIDs.

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    Nice orchids!

    The second one looks quite a bit like Cirrhopetalum retusiusculum

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