Utrics in section Orchidioides - generally these plants are pure epiphytes & grower in higher elevation areas. Unlike the Iperua basket I listed earlier, I cannot include all the species because 1) I don't grow all of them & 2) some are really expensive & don't lend themselves to a basket (sorry).
Here is an opportunity to acquire many of the Orchidioides species in one swoop (for a quick list of Iperua & Orchidioides species see the 1st post in this thread). Each species includes a piece as described below (or pictured) - which should be enough to get it established it in your collection.
U. quelchii - a beautiful red-flowered species
U. endresii - beautiful flowers
U. asplundii - one of the easier-to-grow species of this group - very prolific with it's flowers - this is a 'long-lobe clone. I will include a portion that is growing feral in the live LFS at the bottom of one of my tanks (sorry no pics - if this is a problem - let me know)
U. alpina - one of the easier-to-grow species of this group (known as the easiest). I will include a portion that is growing feral in the live LFS at the bottom of one of my tanks (sorry no pics - if this is a problem - let me know)
U. praetermissa - similar to U. alpina -- with subtle differences in both the leaves & flowers. It's also not as forgiving as asplundii & alpina (for me anyway). Since I was delinquent in my NASC preparations months ago - I have no established portion of this species. I will cut multiple roots & stick them in a test tube of RO water. When they arrive - place these roots (rolons) in water-saturated live LFS. They should sprout new leaves within a few weeks & be ready for a move to their permanent pot within a month or so.
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