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Thanks, I'm just psyched that I get to write 'in situ' next to any orchid photo I have taken, haha. This plant grows right next to a fairly heavily trafficked trail, but you have to be looking for it, and there are other big, impressive things nearby that probably serve to distract the majority of passers-by.
 

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Great findings and fotoes of an extremely rare species!!!Many thanks for sharing!
 

KyushuCalanthe

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Thanks, I'm just psyched that I get to write 'in situ' next to any orchid photo I have taken, haha. This plant grows right next to a fairly heavily trafficked trail, but you have to be looking for it, and there are other big, impressive things nearby that probably serve to distract the majority of passers-by.
I know the feeling! In this case, being an inconspicuous species is to its advantage. For me, I love to get on my belly to appreciate miniature flowers like this one. Congrats on the find.
 

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Great to see this uncommon Cyps in situ. Thanks for sharing your photos.
......This plant grows right next to a fairly heavily trafficked trail, but you have to be looking for it, .........
Even this place is 'in situ'
 
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