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I have not been able access the 'How we verify orchid names' in Orchid Books. Every time I try I get an error message or page cannot be found.
Is anyone else experiencing the same problem?

Pawpaw

Bulbophyllum (B. Meen Mellow Moon x B. pahudii)

Bulbophyllum Meen Mellow Moon x pahudii was bought as a flask from Thailand via an OOL member. This is the first flowering of this plant and the second seedling to flower from the flask. It's a fairly large flower being about6cm long.

Pawpaw

Bulbophyllum (B. Meen Mellow Moon x B. pahudii)

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Score: 8.0, Votes: 2

Spathoglottis Gold Tower x Aloha

Spathoglottis Gold Tower x Aloha is the first flowering of my cross.

Pawpaw

Spathoglottis Gold Tower x  Aloha

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Score: 7.0, Votes: 1

Spathoglottis plicata

Spathoglottis plicata

The Purple Swamp Orchid in situ at mound springs just east of Weipa, on western Cape York peninsula. There is a population of about 50-100 plants growing in peaty moist soil on a raised spring mound, which flows into the adjoining swamp.

Spathoglottis plicata

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 1

Catasetum

This is probably a Catasetum orchid. The two images were taken on 22-04-2015 and 13-03-2015 just to show the rate of leaf growth.

Catasetum

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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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Score: 8.0, Votes: 1

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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Score: 9.0, Votes: 4

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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