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    Thanks Bruce! We love you too. But I think I may be a little nuts still. He he he I do like bulbos and I am still waiting on rbjong to get back on LOL

    I was serious about being a bulboholic!

    rbjong get back with me he he he
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    WILD orchid?! that's amazing!!

    i like the tongue... it looks like a big dog that's about to kiss the camera.
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    That is toatally a Rolling Stones Orchid.. lol Just Kidding... But the tongue is amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB_OrchidGuy View Post
    There is only 502 Bulbos on the orchid encyclopedia page and I went though all of them. I knew it was a bulbo so I started there. I love High speed internet! I sure wish there was a way to get a cutting of one of those plants though. I am a bulboholic!

    Pssst.......... pluck off 4 bulbs of a leading run. Cutt off all the roots and scrub off any dirt and clean it up. Throw it in a baggie with some LFS and ship it this way. He he he I'll pay for shipping I will take care of the rest.
    Hi Josh, you are right on the ID. It's B.signatum. I called an orchidohlic friend . There was another almost similar bulbo which has slightly oblong bulb, so to clear the doubt we went to the forest. The B.signatum have round bulb, the other B.puchellum bulb was oblong.

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