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Old 25-04-2003, 01:08 PM
Prem Subrahmanyam
 
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Default Pleurothallis hirsuta

This was a recent acquisition from Santa Barbara Orchid Estate, so I can
claim no credit for blooms...not even a "no blast" credit. The tag says
it grows cool-warm...we'll see how well it does in my int-warm tank.

First, the whole plant:

http://www.premdesign.com/orchidpics...suta_plant.jpg

Next, a close-up of the longest spike:

http://www.premdesign.com/orchidpics...suta_spike.jpg

Finally, a close-up of the flower...the flower measures a little under a
half-inch from top to bottom:

http://www.premdesign.com/orchidpics...uta_flower.jpg

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