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den-DROH-bee-um — from the Greek, dendron (tree) and bios (life); tree of life
¿ bar-BAY-tuh-lum ? — bearded, barbed
Dave’s Botanary
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Endemic to: Western Ghats (of India) 
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Bracts ovate, flowers about 0.6-1.4cm wide, lateral sepals oblong lanceolate, dorsal sepal oblanceolate, lip flat, side lobes very small, rounded, the hairs in the lip yellowish green (green basically) – Dendrobium ovatum
In D. barbatulum Bracts very small, flowers about 2.5cm wide, lateral sepals lanceolate, slightly falcate, dorsal linear lanceolate, lip flat 3-lobed, rhomboid-ovate, hairs in the lip with yellow-brown hairs;
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Sometimes it is lithophytic that is growing on rock.. moss covered rock. it is leafless when it flowers;
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please help me for id: it is orchid on Ficus species, tree is totally leafless and only these flowers are present



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identification no210311sn1:  Some fresh species for identification. which Orchid is it?
date/time:feb11
location:mulshi,pune
habitat:wild
height:about 6ft
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other info:both are from different plants


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For ID 101011 NS1:  Attached pics were taken in d wild @ Dajjipur Wildlife Sanc.
Dated- May 2010.

Agree with …. This is the Common Spurred Dendrobium [Dendrobium barbatulum]. Please check these 2 links for my previous photographs of this :


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Dendrobium barbatulum

Local marathi name Gulabi dande amri

At Mulshi,Pune


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Names of Plants in India :: Dendrobium barbatulum Lindl.: Dendrobium barbatulum Lindl. … (family: Orchidaceae)

Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
den-DROH-bee-um — from the Greek, dendron (tree) and bios (life); tree of life
¿ bar-BAY-tuh-lum ? — bearded, barbed
Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: bearded lip orchid, common spurred dendrobium, small bearded dendrobiumMarathi: गुलाबी दांडे अमरी gulabi dande amri, वसंत अमरी vasant amri
botanical names: Dendrobium barbatulum Lindl. … synonyms: Callista barbatula (Lindl.) Kuntze • Dendrobium barbatulum Wight … The Plants List
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Photographed at Kanakumbi, Karnataka on 18 FEB 12


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KAS Week::(Dendrobium barbatulum 09/10/2012-NJ): Dendrobium barbatulumPink Dande Amri. Photographed in the month of April.


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Common Spurred Dendrobium flowering:  (5 images)
Photographed on my property at Shahapur today (19.2.12). My previous photographs of this are available at these links :
efi thread 1
efi thread 2


Again excellent Shots


My apologies. Please try this link


I can see the last link you have provided but not the two link the the first mail.
I am always confused with this plant.
The pic in the link looks more like Dendrobium ovatum.
But here there is the reddish tinge on the hypochile of the flower which is so different and looks like Dendrobium barbatulum.
Are you sure you dont have both plants in your garden?


Thank you … for your comments. Have both species of orchids on my property & both are currently flowering.
From my records over the past few years –
D.ovatum commences flowering in December [buds are sometimes seen even in Nov.]. Flaowering is at its peak in Jan. Flowering wanes from Feb. through April.
D.barbatulum generally flowers from Feb. to March.
There is also a marked difference in the colour & size of the flowers – D.barbatulum being much larger.
Am sending photographs of D.ovatum for comparison in a separate mail. The photographs were taken in Jan. this year. Have not posted them before because for me they are quite routine.


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Orchid for ID: Please id this orchid, found on a mango tree at Telbaila village (near Mulshi, Pune, Maharashtra), on 21st Feb 2013.


Dendrobium barbatulum, I think.


Dendrobium barbatulum 🙂


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dendrobium barbatulum :  4 images. 8 posts by 4 authors.

dendrobium barbatulum, mahabaleshwar (posted on 10.3.13)

on open stony slopes

did not see any leaves only flowers


Nice find. Good photographs. You said ..it is on rock and not on tree?


I meant the trees were on open stony slopes and the orchids on them


yeah sometimes it is lithophytic that is growing on rock.. moss covered rock

it is leafless when it flowers 🙂


Yes … I know both types are possible. Earlier … had shared Aerides maculosa on moist rocks. Wanted to confirm the nature of above mentioned flowers in this case.


… , in picture you can see this orchid growing on moss covered rock as well as epiphytically … on Acacia auriculiformis plant which is not good host plant said …

Both pictures are taken last year


It is indeed surprising to know that it could grow on Acacia auriculiformis! indeed surprising!!



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Common Spurred Dendrobium flowering revisited : Attachments (10).  3 posts by 3 authors.

Had posted photographs of Dendrobium barbatulum [the Bearded Lip Orchid] flowering on my property at Shahapur last weekend and they are available at this link.

However the flowers were not fully open and hence am sending photographs taken today.


Great Series of Shots …



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Orchidaceae fortnight :: Dendrobium barbatulum :: Yeoor Hills :: DV09 : 3 images. 7 posts by 5 authors.
Dendrobium barbatulum Lindl.

den-DROH-bee-um — from the Greek, dendron (tree) and bios (life); tree of life … Dave’s Botanary
¿ bar-BAY-tuh-lum ? — bearded, barbed … Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: bearded lip orchid, common spurred dendrobium, small bearded dendrobium • Marathi: गुलाबी दांडे अमरी gulabi dande amri, वसंत अमरी vasant amri
Endemic to: Western Ghats (of India) 
ReferencesFlowers of India • Orchids of Kerala • Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar

at Yeoor Hills (part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park), Thane on 10 NOV 12


Oh I have still to see this plant in real !!!

Beautiful… thanks for sharing…


Very good pictures
Dendrobium barbatulum : Flowers with pinkish tinge; bracts lanceolate
Dendrobium ovatum : Flowers yellow or buff coloured; bracts ovate

 


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Orchidaceae fortnight :: Dendrobium sp. :: SMP 15 : 1 image. 4 posts by 4 authors.

Dendrobium sp seen in Lonawala for ID


beautiful Dendrobium barbatulum.


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Orchidaceae fortnight : Dendrobium barbatulum :  Attachments (2). 4 posts by 4 authors.

Dendrobium barbatulum 

Orchidaceae
Amboli, Maharashtra 

2013 February 


Yes this should be Dendrobium barbatulum.



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ORCHIDACEAE Fortnight :: Dendrobium barbatulum : Attachments (5). 3 posts by 3 authors.

Dendrobium barbatulum, Mahabaleshwar


Yes Dendrobium barbatulum.


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Dendrobium barbatulum seen at Chorla Ghat.


Yes this is Dendrobium barbatulum.



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ORCHIDACEAE Juss. Fortnight: Dendrobium barbatulum | Tungareshwar WLS :  Attachments (2). 3 posts by 3 authors.

Tungareshwar WLS, Maharashtra

Feb., 2008


Cute, Dendrobium barbatulum.


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Dendrobium barbatulum (Pink Dande Amri) from Kas


Not in right condition to identify but if I had to guess then yes Dendrobium barbatulum.


Sir, while taking the photograph the flowers fell down as they were old, so I could not take the photo in natural condition.


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Dendrobium barbatulum—for sharing and validation : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).
Pic of Small Bearded Dendrobium, taken at amby valley rd., lonavala, pune in mar13

Yes, this seems to be D. barbatulum


Affirmative. Please check this link :Google Groups



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Need ID : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Need ID for following Orchids
Collection site: Kalsubai-Harishchandragarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Date: 15 February 2015

Collected by: …


IMAGE 379 Dendrobium barbatulum


0379= Dendrobium barbatulum Lindl.



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TSPOCT2015-10: Images of Dendrobium barbatulum shared : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)

It is my pleasure to share a few images of Dendrobium barbatulum (Orchidaceae)
Habit: Epiphytic
Habitat: Montane forests
Sighting:  Bababudangiri, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1700 msl 

Date: 10-02-2015 and 11-02-2015


so do i understand that they all flower at end of monsoon?


Wonderful pictures sir.

…, its not easy to understand if they depend on rain or on summer heat.

During summer plants tend to loose their energy and when it reaches towards the exhaustion just before that the plant put all strength to flower. Or, The plant almost dries up and when it gets monsoon showers then it rejuvinates by producing the flowers. In both cases, rain actually help in providing energy for the fruiting because all plants invest a lot of energy in producing fruits. This is my hypothesis. To understand this, one has to understand the extact time of flower initiation and not the time of flowering.


so what is the lag time between the bud formation/ flower initiation and ultimate flowering

bud forming would have to be defined microscopically?


Lag time differs according to species. Very few studies has been there in orchids on this subject.

In some plants its very slow and sometimes flowers even remain for months but there are species which flower literally for just one day or even less.

 


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Flower for Id-ID25102015SH3 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Old picture of flower for Id pl.
Location – Near Kolhapur (Maharashtra)
Date- 18.02.2013

Habitat –Wild

This is Dendrobium barbatulum (Orchidaceae family)…



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TSP-JAN2016-44-44:Images of Dendrobium barbatulum (Orchidaceae) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3)

It is my pleasure to share few images of Dendrobium barbatulum  (Orchidaceae) said to be endemic to South-West India.

Ref: http://florakarnataka.ces.iisc.ernet.in/hjcb2/herbsheet.php?id=3105&cat=1

Ref: Flowers of India

Habit: Herb 

Habitat: Epiphytic, Semi-evergreen forest fringe. 

Sighting: Kottigehara, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl

Date: 21-01-2016



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40-TSP-ID-13FEB2016-2:Dendrobium sp (Orchidaceae) for ID : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Kindly identify this Dendrobium sp (Orchidaceae)….Could this be Dendrobium ovatum considering the the green tinged flowers…? Or is it Dendrobium barbatulum….?
Habit: Herb
Habitat: Epiphytic, Semi-evergreen forest fringe.
Sighting: Mudigere, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1100 msl.

Date: 28-01-2016


Dendrobium barbatulum
Beautiful orchid


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39-TSP-ID-13FEB2016-1: Dendrobium sp ( Orchidaceae) for ID : 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)

Kindly identify this Dendrobium sp (Orchidaceae)….Could this be Dendrobium ovatum considering the the green tinged flowers…? Or is it Dendrobium barbatulum….? 

Habit: Herb 

Habitat: Epiphytic, Semi-evergreen forest fringe. 

Sighting: Sakaleshpur, Hassan, Karnataka, about 1100 msl. 

Date: 4-02-2016


sir your photograps are very nice. it is my luck i am in this group


D barbatulum



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Mahabaleshwar, MH :: Dendrobium – 1 for ID :: ARK2020-068 : 7 posts by 4 authors. 3 correct images as above.

Seen this orchid near the Venna lake in Mahabaleshwar, MH in March 2020.

Is it Dendrobium barbatulum?

It is not pink like the other orchid that I will post shortly and which matches the D. barbatulum pics on efi.
Requested to please ID.

Yes, looks matching !


Thank you … for the quick validation.

Is the colour variation expected?


I guess so. I hope … could tell properly


I think this is Dendrobium barbatulum.

First pic is something else. Cant confirm from this pic.


Thanks … for validating.

I thought the first pic was the leaves of this orchid they were present on the same branch just next to the flowers.



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Mahabaleshwar, MH :: Dendrobium – 2 for ID :: ARK2020-069 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)
Seen this orchid in Mahabaleshwar, MH in March 2020.

Is it Dendrobium barbatulum?

It matches D. barbatulum pics on efi.
Requested to please ID.

Yes!


Yes this is Dendrobium barbatulum.


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22/02/2021-TSP-472-Dendrobium barbatulum
3 high resolution images.
Presenting few images of  Dendrobium barbatulum (Orchidaceae)
Habit:Herb
Habitat:Epiphytic,wild,Montane forest
Sighting:Mullaianagiri,Chikmagalur,Karnataka,about 1700 msl
Date:12-02-2021


Yes Dendrobium barbatulum.


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97-TSP-26MAR2021-2-Dendrobium barbatulum @ Kottigehara: 1 high resolution image.
Presenting a couple of  images of  Dendrobium barbatulum
Habit: Herb
Habitat:Wild,epiphytic,semi-evergreen forest
Sighting:Kottigehara,Chikmagalur @ 1200 msl
Date:25-01-2017


Yes Dendrobium barbatulum.


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496-TSP-26MAR2021-1-Dendrobium barbatulum @ Mullaianagiri: 1 high resolution image.
Presenting an image of Dendrobium barbatulum
Habit: Herb
Habitat:Wild,epiphytic,Montane forest
Sighting:Mullaianagiri,Chikmagalur @ 1700 msl
Date:29-01-2016


Very nice.

Thanks for sharing.
Dendrobium barbatulum.


 


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