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Thread: Bulbophyllum AR Autumn Delight

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    Default Bulbophyllum AR Autumn Delight

    This is the second blooming of this year, hope to have another one before the end of the year.
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    Love those long petals! Very cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    Love those long petals! Very cool!
    Even better as it blooms often, thanks Sheryl!

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    Very nice Jack.

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    How cool is that!



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    Seeing all your bulbos make me think of Darwins words about beetles ( well, I may not be quite correct in my attribution ) - that they must be a favourite of the Creator - since there are ( and I think I am correct here) more different species of beetles than there are of all the other species of insects put together. That is , if you list all the insect species -more than half are beetles.
    Jack makes me think the same is true of orchids and bulbos.
    I know it is not actually true, but believe it is the largest orchid genus numerically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    Seeing all your bulbos make me think of Darwins words about beetles ( well, I may not be quite correct in my attribution ) - that they must be a favourite of the Creator - since there are ( and I think I am correct here) more different species of beetles than there are of all the other species of insects put together. That is , if you list all the insect species -more than half are beetles.
    Jack makes me think the same is true of orchids and bulbos.
    I know it is not actually true, but believe it is the largest orchid genus numerically.
    It is the third largest species with over 1800 but that does not include hybrids which I think is in the thousands. If I had the money, the space and the climate for them all I would get them.

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