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    Thailand orchid Nurseries???

    OK and much thanks
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    Thailand orchid Nurseries???

    Hi, did anyone know of any Paph orchid nurseries around Bangkok and gulf of Krabi that sell Paphs. and flasks? Much thanks Uwe
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    Paphiopedilum bellatulum in flower

    where do you live and cultivate these plants?
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    Paph nigritum 'Dyak Warrior'

    A typical case for the different views in the taxonomy: Lumper and splitter These plants were originally imported from Borneo and apparently there are only offsprings in the USA In the German orchid magazine "Die Orchidee" issue 3 1967 assigns Dr. Gustav Schoser this kind as Paph. nigritum...
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    what is this?

    You can dream a little bit. Ever heard of CITES? :D
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    ID please

    ... is it a plant from a nursery (hybrid?) or comes the plant from an import?
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    what is this?

    ...it's a new species from Laos: Paphiopedilum papilio-laoticus :D http://www.vdof.de/descriptions.htm
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    Paph. curtisii or superbiens?

    always the same question? http://www.slippertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13058&highlight=true+superbiens&page=5
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    Paph. javanicum

    ...for me it looks like a virens? Please make a photo from the staminode:wink:
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    Paphiopedilum delenatii blooming in situ

    Very interesting. Please make photos from the roots of the Paphs. at your next trip. So we get interesting references for the culture.
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    Paphiopedilum haynaldianum var laurae

    ...this is a var. laurae http://www.orchid.or.jp/orchid/people/tanaka/orchid/org/shinshu/enshinshu64.html
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    Paphiopedilum coccineum in situ

    Your pictures of the natural location of the orchids is better than all the culture hints... Please, keep it up.
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    growbox: led, Paphiopedilum and Phragmipedium

    What kind of LED lights and how much of it do you use on what base? The temperature increase is effected only by switching on the light?
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    Old clip of Paph.canhii in situ

    Hi Kooz Chrysalis, do you cultivate your Paphs as in nature but on bonsai-rocks? Please show us more phots of the other plants...
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    Yet another example of "Less is More" with Feeding

    sodium - a good indication... 30 years ago I visited the natural location of Paph. niveum on the Langkawii Islands. Some niveums grew only 1 to 2 meters above the water surface directly on the rocks and have been regularly humidified by seawater (the same as godefroyae): 10710 ppm Na, 1290...