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Tropidia angulosa

Tropidia angulosa (Lindl.) Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 122 (1859).
Distribution: Bhutan to Taiwan and W. Malesia.

Tropidia angulosa

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Score: 8.8, Votes: 6

Dendrobium bilobum

Dendrobium bilobum from the lowlands of New Guinea.

Dendrobium bilobum

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 3

Dendrobium friedericksianum

Dendrobium friedericksianum var. oculatum.

 Dendrobium friedericksianum

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Score: 9.3, Votes: 3

Vanda aurantiaca

Vanda aurantiaca from Sulawesi.

Synonymous Ascocentrum aurantiacum.

Vanda aurantiaca

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Score: 8.5, Votes: 2

Enc.Autopupurea'Alba' x Enc atrorubens.

This is the first flowering and i was most surprised a nice plant

Enc.Autopupurea'Alba' x Enc atrorubens.

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Score: 8.0, Votes: 3

Vanda in nature

Vanda in nature

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 2

Vanda in nature

Vanda in nature

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 2

Vanda in nature

Vanda in nature

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 1

Oberonia falconeri

Oberonia falconeri Hook.f., Hooker's Icon. Pl. 18: t. 1780 (1888).
Distribution: Indian Subcontinent to China (S. Yunnan) and Pen. Malaysia.

Oberonia falconeri

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 2

Leptotes bicolor

I got this one as a seedling last year & it has recently flowered. It's obviously not a Leptotes bicolor as it currently tagged.

The bottom petal is abt 20mm. The top petal is the same size except it has a V shape at the tip. The leaves are terete.
Any ideas? . . . or is this just a feeble attempt at a first flowering and I should just wait until next year to know for sure?

Leptotes bicolor

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