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Thread: Taeniophyllum obtusum

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    Default Taeniophyllum obtusum

    Another Taeniophyllum, native to China.
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    That is a real cutie. Good growing. You have some great orchids in ur collection.

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    Bill, yes great, but many very small. I need a good eyes to see such flowers.

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    amazing how massive the roots are compared to its bloom, fascinating!

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    Interesting species. To me if it don't have flower it look like Chiloschista

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    Canh, you are right, with out flowers look these specimens very similar. Just roots.

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    Oh, so this is one of the orchids that have no leaves? Cool. Is it difficult to grow?

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