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Myrmecophila thomsoniana. This orchid is a small-sized, hot-growing epiphyte in scrubby bushes close to the sea and exposed to full sun with curved, hollow, pseudobulbs carrying a few apical, elliptic-ovate leaves that blooms in the spring and summer on an erect, to 120 cm long, sometimes branched inflorescence from which arise several to many 12 to 20 successively opening, fragrant flowers occuring over a long period.

Myrmecophila thomsoniana. This orchid is a small-sized, hot-growing epiphyte in scrubby bushes close to the sea and exposed to full sun with curved, hollow, pseudobulbs carrying a few apical, elliptic-ovate leaves that blooms in the spring and summer on an erect, to 120 cm long, sometimes branched inflorescence from which arise several to many 12 to 20 successively opening, fragrant flowers occuring over a long period.

https://flic.kr/p/kXivPB | Tolumnia Genting Volcano Z-19521 | Flower - 1 inch Plant - 15 inches blooming with pot

https://flic.kr/p/kXivPB | Tolumnia Genting Volcano Z-19521 | Flower - 1 inch Plant - 15 inches blooming with pot

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