Morm. paraense

Morm. paraense

Mormodes paraense

Another one of our strange looking orchids.  Like our catasetums, this plant is deciduous and drops it's leaves in the fall.  A very compact grower, the leafless pseudobulbs shown here are flowering in a 2 1/2 in pot.

@[ Angraecum family | Cattleya family | Cypripedium family | Dendrobium family | | Miscellaneous | | Oncidium family | Phalaenopsis family | Stanhopea family | Vanda family ]

[ Bif. harrisoniae | Ble. striata | Bulb. blumei | Coel. parishii | Cyc. chlorochilon 'Green Giant' | Cymb. Mighty Remus 'Vintage' | Cymb. Senheart | Cymb. unknown | Cymb. unknown | Gram. scriptum var. citrinum 'Green' | Gram. scriptum var. citrinum (flower) | Habn. radiata | Hrlla. retrocalla | Lud. discolor | Max. tenuifolia | | Morm. paraense | ]
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