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Recently I brought an orchid from a greenhouse near my job, it was already mounted on a piece of cork bark, which was great. After about a week or 2, I realized it made my tank smell unbelievable. Now you will see me walk up to my tank from time to time and take a wiff. It smells even better at night time.
Here is a pic of it, from a google search i did. I dont have any webspace sorry
http://www.plantfacts.com/Family/Orchidaceae/Brassavola.nodosa.shtml


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Sal

PS. that smell isnt intoxicating to my frogs is it? lol
 

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its about 6-8 inches and it would be suitable for a 20 high as long as its well ventilated. I got it for under 20 bucks which isnt bad for a flowering / fragrant orchid.
 

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B. nodosa is a very high light orchid an will not do well for very long unless you are using CF lights and have it rightr next to the light.
It also likes to dry out.
 
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