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Old 25-07-2008, 03:10 PM posted to rec.gardens.orchids
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Default bugs HELP!

I was checking my phals and I noticed that in the dish that one sits
on there are a dozen or so of teeny tiny bugs. They appear to be
black and are long and thin. They look like the world's smallest
ants. There is nothing on the plant itself which is in bloom and is
also growing new leaves. I can't tell if there are any in the pot
because they are so small but I assume there are.

What are these little devils? Is it something I need to treat?

I checked all my other orchids and didn't see any.

Thanks

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