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Old 02-09-2010, 12:37 AM
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Yeah, that was Selaginella sp. Lita. It came from Corey (KeroKero) if I remember right. I actually just stumbled across my original photo of that plant the other day and was wondering how it was doing. Glad to see its thriving. I might have to get a piece back from you in the future.
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Yeah, that was Selaginella sp. Lita. It came from Corey (KeroKero) if I remember right. I actually just stumbled across my original photo of that plant the other day and was wondering how it was doing. Glad to see its thriving. I might have to get a piece back from you in the future.
You are welcome to some. Just say the word. It's doing well in this terrarium after 2 years of nothing but a few rambling rhizomes.


Thanks Steve for the info. I need to look at my S pictus and see if it fits.
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The lovely mystery shingler mess can be found here:

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Old 02-10-2010, 12:43 AM
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Recent pics...Heliamphora heterodoxa, Rhap korthalsi, Cephalotus, and the right side of the jungle....



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Cool Josh, what are those strap leaf anthuriums?
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A. vittarifolium ~ I was going to give you one....they'll do better once you get them out of the direct light, and they need to hang out from the side of something to grow right....

Some more....Columnea orientandina, Nematanthus fissus, NoID Peperomia, and the left side of the jungle....



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Which Pep is that behind the Heliaphora with broad round leaves??
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I really love those heliamphoras!



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Which Pep is that behind the Heliaphora with broad round leaves??
Not sure.....peps are the one genus that I haven't really studied much.....here's the rest of it, thoughts?

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I recognize the plant but have yet to get the proper name for it. Whats the plant growing out of the pot a the lower left?? Is that another Pep??
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I believe that one is Peperomia hernandifolia (sp?) It gets little red splotches under the leaves and a prominant white stripe down the middle of the leaf.....but a few peps have that.
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I believe that one is Peperomia hernandifolia (sp?) It gets little red splotches under the leaves and a prominant white stripe down the middle of the leaf.....but a few peps have that.
Thats what I thought it was. I may have to contact you later about that one b/c I lost mine a while back and have yet to replace it.

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Harry do you have a bigger closer pic of that Selaginella sp. Lita?

I have a plant which looks very much like this, but was told it was an orchid. It has not flowered, but the location i have it in leads me to believe it is not an orchid (it is shaded a bit, but is near a 20w 12v heat lamp in a gecko tank).
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A. vittarifolium ~ I was going to give you one....they'll do better once you get them out of the direct light, and they need to hang out from the side of something to grow right....
Josh, that look more like Anthurium warocqueanum. I have never seen a vittarifolium with patterned leaves. Here's my vattarifolium

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Harry do you have a bigger closer pic of that Selaginella sp. Lita?

I have a plant which looks very much like this, but was told it was an orchid. It has not flowered, but the location i have it in leads me to believe it is not an orchid (it is shaded a bit, but is near a 20w 12v heat lamp in a gecko tank).
Maureen, can you show us a picture of your plant. I will try and get a better picture today. I'm not sure how this plant could be confused for an orchid. I guess the rhizomes look similar to a Dichea but a fraction of the size.
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Josh, that look more like Anthurium warocqueanum. I have never seen a vittarifolium with patterned leaves. Here's my vattarifolium

Oh I thought he was talking about the small ones on the back side of the picture...those are the A. vittarifolium...........the big one with white veins thats on the right is indeed A. warocqueanum.
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Josh, he may have been. I didn't even notice them. My bad! I have some young seedlings of vittarifolium if anyone wants one I'll sell them for $3 each. But, they are only 2 leaves at this point.
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Josh/Nate, either of you guys got an extra cutting of Pearcea hypocyrtiflora I could grab at the MADS meeting? Killed mine and never got it back to try again.
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I've yet to pick one up myself.
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Josh/Nate, either of you guys got an extra cutting of Pearcea hypocyrtiflora I could grab at the MADS meeting? Killed mine and never got it back to try again.
Got it, remind me before the meeting :-)
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THIS ONE'S FOR YOU ROLLINKANSAS!!!
I just picked this little gy up today and thought of you :P
Dendrobium lichenastrum... these leaves are full size!!




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THIS ONE'S FOR YOU ROLLINKANSAS!!!
I just picked this little gy up today and thought of you :P
Dendrobium lichenastrum... these leaves are full size!!
Two can play this game.

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mike, whats the plant look like now that its been 46 years?
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good one Nate,

Mike, can you try and get a close up shot of the flower staulk?
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good one Nate,

Mike, can you try and get a close up shot of the flower staulk?
Those little green threads? I think thats from the moss, not the plant.
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Actually your 2 orchids are the same species. I think the accepted name is Dendrobium lichenastrum var prenticei. I actually like the other variation better but I love them both. It also tends to grow smaller than this var.



Here's a well grown plant I saw at an orchid nursery near by.

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Harry, how are you growing it? Bright ligt I assume because its a Dendrobium. You keep it moist? Does it flower well for you?



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I have been growing it in higher light than this shows but it has also declined a bit cause I was growing it too dry. It needs more moisture than lichenastrum. It's actually pretty tough if you don't totally neglect it for a year as I did. It does flower with a small yellow flower but I have not had this one flower to my knowledge. I just went looking at who had them in stock if I lose mine and J L Orchids has them.
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Right now I just have a tiny little division planted in fine pumice. You think I should mount it?



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Right now I just have a tiny little division planted in fine pumice. You think I should mount it?
All that I have seen are grown mounted. Mine as you can see was mounted and it grew like crazy until I 'lost' it and it never got watered. I'm lucky to still have a tiny piece. I do think it's a lithiphyte as well as epiphyte in nature.
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Frogparty, did you pick this up from Andy's Orchids at the flower and garden show? I had it in my hand as well...but somehow managed to exercise an inhuman amount of restraint and walked away empty-handed.

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No I actually got it as a free division locally. Its just a tiny piece, but it has 2 new growths and some good looking new roots, so Im hopeful I can give it what it wants



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Biophytum sp. Thanks Roxrgneiss


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OOOOOooo!! that plant looks sweett!

I want that plant in my viv. where did you get it?
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I traded Roxrgneiss for it. You want one? I have seeds and there are more seedlings popping up inthe viv now



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Those seeds shoot off so far, they were sprouting all over my humidity dome. One of my big plants died so I cut the head off, and now its growing back...pretty cool.
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Mine started off great. Now the the new leaves are loosing their leaflets. Do you think it is too wet or too dry? Too humid, not humid enough?
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I don't know. The soil in there is soggy drainage layer too small, but it doesnt seem to care at all. It gets lots of light and the viv is pretty humid I really am not sure about what you need. Its the 1st one Ive grown



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Well that helps. I was afraid it might be too wet in my viv. Watering/spraying more is an easier fix than trying to get it drier.
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