This one is a little hard to describe....During last years dividing of my orchids, I always had these random leaves without roots that I could not just throw away....so I filled a 3 oz solo cup with sphagnum moss and "planted" the leaves. Fast forward to now! Many died, many lived, and one flowered (http://www.orchidboard.com/community...imbriatum.html). I don't see any leaves that I can recognize from the flowering plant, but it may be in there. They are all species and should be easily ID'd upon flowering. I'll try and get a short listing of things that could be in there to narrow the search down. I'm guessing there are 3 different types in there. The main healthy plant is one of the following Zootrophion atropurpurea (don't think so, but I think there is a single atropurpurea leaf in there), Zootrophion endressianus, or Zootrophion hypodiscus.
Currently growing 10-12" from 2 13W compact flourscent bulbs in 65-80 temps around 80-99 humidity. Could use more light but not less, at least 50% humidity would be the minimum, 65%+ would be better. If you have any questions PM me.
I may or may not add more orchids as the bids increase .
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