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Bulbophyllum nasica

Bulbophyllum nasica. Distribution PNG. There has in the past been some confusion with several species from section Ephippium. Namely B.blumei, B.masdevalliaceum, B.longicaudatum, B.longirostre,

Bulbophyllum nasica

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Formerly known as Cattleytonias

I am chasing either mature plants or back bulbs of Cattleytonia Joy Bassin `Lea' and Cattleytonia Why Not. I am not entirely sure what their new Genus titles are though.

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Fellow members of Orchids Online.

Following the installation of a security update for this site there were some major problems with the functionality of the Orchids Online website. In fact it was totally inaccessable for about 2 hours.

After some frantic work behind the scenes I have thankfully managed to get the site at least back online and accessible.

However some of the most loved features of the site have not come up yet so I need you all to bear with me for a while as I sort these things out one by one.

Bulbophyllum (B. frostii x B. spathulatum)

This is the second time I have flowered Bulbophyllum frostii x Bulbophyllum spathulatum.
I didn't manage to get any photos of it the first time but this time I was able.
A cute hybrid and it seems to be easy to grow. This is also a first for Orchids A-Z

Pawpaw

Bulbophyllum (B. frostii x B. spathulatum)

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Bulbophyllum fenixii

This is the first time I have flowered Bulbophyllum fenixii. A small flower but it was worth the wait. My photos are not the best, I will try again next time it is in flower well I hope I can flower it again.
I think this is a new Bulbophyllum for Orchids A-Z

Pawpaw

Bulbophyllum fenixii

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Bulbophyllum Daisy Chain

Bulbophyllum Daisy Chain is a very old hybrid but it is still one of my favourites as it rewards me with flowers every year witout fail and it is easy to grow.

Pawpaw

Bulbophyllum Daisy Chain

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Aerides quinquevulnera

This beautiful Aerides quinquevulnera is now flowering for me.
Pawpaw

Aerides quinquevulnera

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Score: 9.3, Votes: 3

Bulbophyllum renkinianum close up

Bulbophyllum renkinianum.This is the best I can do for a close up image of this species. When I learn to use my new camera and macro lense correctly I'm sure I will be able to do better.

Bulbophyllum renkinianum close up

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Papilaenopsis

Papilaenopsis J.M.H.Shaw

Orchid Rev. Suppl., 121(1301): 15. 2013 [Mar 2013] [Quart. Suppl. Int. Reg. Orchid Hybrids]
Hybrid Parentage:
(Phalaenopsis Blume × Papilionanthe Schltr.)

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