Paphiopedilum myanmaricum - first flower

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  1. Apr 30, 2019 #1

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    So unique and attractive.
     
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    Fascinating!!!
     
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    Sweet. They'll make some interesting hybrids some day.
     
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    Drool, drool, drool....I'm dying to get one! Congrats on the flowering.

    I wonder, where on earth (as in EU) one can get one?!

    Kind regards,
    Jens
     
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    huge............photo
    interesting to see where this goes in hybridisation.
     
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    thanks for the interest.
    I am living in Northern Thailand and got it there.
    A second plant should flower soon, I will show it in the forum.
     
  9. May 16, 2019 #9

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    The next one is blooming. Luckily a different coloration.
     
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    much better size for viewing, thanks.
     
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    Very nice. Someday...
     
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    Great to see this relative new species here on ST. Apart of its shape it seems to me, to be relative close to P. godefroyae.
     
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    so beautiful, and I like the fact that they look different
     
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    I wonder, whether I'm the only one, seeing a lot of concolor in these plants?!

    Would be interesting to know, what Olaf Gruss (ST: ORG) thinks of the plant's taxonomic status?

    Kind regards, Jens
    (still on the brink of drawing his last breath, due to the beauty of these flowers!)
     
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    PS. Would it be possible to see photos with closeups of the staminodes?
     

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