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Dendrochillum ID

Discussion in 'Orchid Identification Section' started by dex356, Mar 29, 2023.

  1. dex356

    dex356 Active Member

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    Does anyone know what species Dendrochillum this is?

    Flowers are a clear light green, 10mm across.

    Leaves are 6cm x 2cm

    Thank you, Dexter IMG_2720.jpeg IMG_2720.jpeg IMG_2722.jpeg
     
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  3. dex356

    dex356 Active Member

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    Thank you Ryan, that looks like it... Also, formosum and uncatum are synonyms for each other...
     
  4. Lil Duck

    Lil Duck 4 Ducks in a Trenchcoat

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    Do you have any close up photos of a individual flower?? It’s hard to see the details in the above photos.
     
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    Arne Active Member

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    The flowers are too star shaped to be D uncatum or formosanum which both have rounder and much fuller flowers. You can see that in the IOSPE pictures.