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Just thought I'd throw out a deffinition. Keikis are produced when what would normally be a flower bud produces a new plantlet as opposed to producing a flower.

We generally reffer to new orchid plants split from established orchids simply as divisions (as is with most plants reporduced by dividing exsiting plants).

I will bet that Ludisia can be easily reproduce by rhizome cuttings even with out the presence of a shoot. Though, like Homer's little plant, it will be some time until they reach blooming size.
 
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