I got one seed capsule this year from some Calopogon corms I planted in the spring. I know nothing of growing these things from seed. From what little googling I've done, it appears the best way is via tissue culture. I'm going to try that, as well as sprinkling some in my largest mini-bog, which has a healthy layer of sphagnum growing on it. Anyway, I figured I could part with a small amount of the seeds to someone else willing to try. First to reply can have them, although I am kind of hoping it is someone that knows at least a little about growing them.
From a mass standpoint, you won't get much, but keep in mind that these seeds are extremely tiny and have almost no mass to them. The slightest breeze (or breath, as I found out) will send up a cloud of them.
I'm also unsure of the fragility of these seeds. I will use bubble wrap, but I kind of wonder if that will be enough. Here's a pic of one of the blooms from earlier this summer: