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Drymoda species

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Jon, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    I think it looks like a blind baby bird coming out of a nest for a worm.
    drymodaSpecies110808a.jpg drymodaSpecies110808b.jpg
     
  2. Forrest

    Forrest Really Neat

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    oh man.

    That is pretty pleuro like. I dont think it works in your collection. you should send it to me.
     
  3. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    That's a drymoda? Huh. I have the same thing, or pretty close, and it arrived here as a porpax.
     
  4. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    I don't know the difference. I'm just going off what the tag says. :)
     
  5. Tom_in_PA

    Tom_in_PA I am not an addict

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    I do not have either species but have them on my wish list. I was thinking the same thing as Dale and it looks like a Porpax. In either case it is awesome and if you don't send it to Forrest I think you have ny address still ;)
     
  6. Tracey

    Tracey Interloper

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    Very cool Jon
     
  7. Ron-NY

    Ron-NY New Member

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    It sure appears to be a Porpax gigantea. All Drymota have a single leaf.
     
  8. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Very nice, Jon.

    I think it is Porpax species too. The net on the pbulb is the trademark for Porpax.