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Help! any ideas on this little Diplocaulobium

This is a discussion on Help! any ideas on this little Diplocaulobium within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi everyone. Just wondering if any of you may be willing to I.D this diplocaulobium ...

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    Default Help! any ideas on this little Diplocaulobium

    Hi everyone. Just wondering if any of you may be willing to I.D this diplocaulobium species...all I know is that it is from Papua New Guinea.
    I have searched and searched but have come unstuck.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thank you,

    Cheers
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    Looks like Den jandunae to me. Lowland, warm and bright.

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    I'm thinking Diplocaulobium sp?

    lol, kidding aside, maybe Diplocaulobium chrysotropsis.

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    Not sure, but it is a beauty. I can see why you would want to grow it.

    Cheers,
    BD

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    Thanks for the kind help in I.D. I have however found out the species name and it is Diplocaulobium chrysotropis as mentioned by Bench 72. And yes, it is a little gem to grow, very rewarding and surprisingly easy!!
    Again, thank you one and all for your kind words and help.
    Cheers

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