Dendrobium microbulbon

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Shrikant Ingalhalikar

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Mar 23, 2010, 2:27:27 AM3/23/10
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Small gregarious epiphytic orchid; stems conical, smaller than 1 cm, covered with fibres. Flowers smaller than 1 cm, in racemes 5-8 cm tall. Photographed at Purandar fort near Pune. Flowering clumps can be seen in deciduous forests at higher elevations in western ghats. Regards

Shrikant Ingalhalikar
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Pune 411 051. www.idsahyadri.com
Tel 91 20 2435 0765.
Fax 91 20 2438 9190.
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Prashant awale

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Mar 23, 2010, 4:39:03 AM3/23/10
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Dear Shrikant ji,
Good pic. Thanks for sharing.
I too had come across this orchid near Bhairavgad Fort (Chandoli Forest) during Jan,2010.
regards
Prashant

 

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Tabish

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Mar 23, 2010, 7:50:59 AM3/23/10
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Nice and clear pic Shrikant ji,
I was wondering if the pic is upside down - this orchid generally
hangs upside down from trees. Or did you find it growing upright?
Best wishes
- Tabish

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Pankaj Kumar

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Jul 13, 2010, 4:54:56 PM7/13/10
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Yes this is Dendrobium microbulbon for sure and yes it doesnt grow
upright but kind of semi pendulous.
Pankaj


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