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This is a discussion on Aerides quinquevulnera within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; When one has a number of plants of the same species, one is always comparing ...
When one has a number of plants of the same species, one is always comparing the blooms.
This one has less small dots, the petals and sepals not so folded, and the individual flowers are not significantly recurved.
From Sibuyan Island. This is a small dot in the Visayan Sea, but the flora and fauna are slightly different from the surrounding islands. The steep mountainous terrain help isolate them, both from poachers and from other members of the same genera.
This plant is just a few feet from my bedroom window. Fragrant.
So to speak, I'm a bit intrigue to different forms of aerides quinquevulnera. I have one, it has few spots on it but sadly it has no fragrance. Would there be a chance that they could be a different specie???