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You can also find out the 'Top 200' Popular orchid photos submitted to Orchids Online based on votes from the community!

And another dendrobium

And another dendrobium

And another dendrobium

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Dendrobium flowering

Dendrobium flowering

Dendrobium flowering

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Mini Dendrobium flowered

Mini Dendrobium flowered

Mini Dendrobium flowered

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Cattleya No ID Flowered

I wonder if I shall be able to re-bloom this plant again.

Cattleya No ID Flowered

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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,
B.maxillare and B.nasica.

B.masdevalliacum and B.longirostre are now considered to be synonyms of B.maxillare.
B.longicaudatum and B.blumei are now considered to be synonyms of B.nasica.

Bulbophyllum nasica is found in Kaiser-Wilhelms-Land: On trees in the mountains on the Waria River at altitudes of c.170m. The whole plant is much smaller than B.maxillare. The lateral sepal are 5cm long and much finer with orange yellow tips, the dorsal sepal is densely ciliated white.

The images attached are not as good as I would like, I am still on a learning curve with my camera and equipment.

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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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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