Try slacking off on the light, these anitum hybrids can sometimes like it very shady.
Have you been growing it bright?
Indeed, Paph culture is child's play by comparison. Having amassed a pile of gadgets a mile wide over the last 15 years doesn't hurt :-).
How very strange that I tried posting a photo in my reef aquarium thread the exact same way as I tried posting a photo on this one and it worked...
[IMG] The sea urchin doesn't bother anything, except the coralline algae.
Thanks, Juan. I don't know why they didn't work; they worked in the preview.
I grow them indoors, so manipulating their bloom time is easy (sort...
Hard to see, but the dark area in the center is water, from which the live sphagnum emerges. There are also venus flytraps scattered...
7 of the 8 fish are at least partially visible in that photo. Can you find them all?
There are 8 fish: 5 Apogon leptacanthus, 1 Apogon luteus, 1 Nemateleotris helfrichi, and 1 Paracheilinus octotaenia
Now don't stab yourself
Enjoy, they make orchids look dull.
8.3 x 7.9cm, 4.7cm petal width.
A seedling with potential I selected for a friend.
[IMG][/url]20181230_123437-01 by anthony plasters, on Flickr[/IMG]
Pretty sure only NCOS members can sell at the Paph forum.
The staminode and pouch scream wilhelminae influence to me. My guess for the plant size is that it's just a runt.
Not a first bloom, but I feel like a specimen, soooo chop chop. ^_^
I cut the flower at 18 days. Never did reflex. [IMG][/url]20181203_082829-02 by anthony plasters, on Flickr[/IMG]
It's flat for venustum, sort of like this dorsal is flat for purpuratum. [IMG][/url]20181205_122721-01 by anthony plasters, on Flickr[/IMG]
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