I recently saw this picture on Facebook: Original link is here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...&type=1&ref=notif¬if_t=photo_reply&theater The picture shows 1200 plants of bellatulum harvested from the wild in Thailand. Out of that, the collector/nursery owner says he can successfully establish 80% if them. I am curious to know why 'common' species like bellatulum are still being harvested from the wild.. It is not a new discovery, having being entrenched in cultivation for a very long time, and ironically, line-breeding bellatulum is very advanced in Thailand itself (so I think...). So, any ideas why this is so?