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Epiphytic orchid in Manipur: Hello again. Can anyone identify for me this small flowered epiphytic orchid found on the mountain Khayangphung in E. Manipur. Flowering in late November at approx’ 1800m asl.

Apologies for the quality of the image.


This is Otochilus. Will need more details to confirm the species.


Looking at the leaves, this could be Otochilus albus.


Its looks like Otochilus albus…..


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MS June,2016/01 Orchidaceae for ID : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Location : Sairep, Mizoram
Date : 08-06-2016

Habit : Epiphytic herb
Habitat : Wild

Otochilus albus Lindl.


Yes this is Otochilus albus. Thanks for sharing.


Otochilus albus……………..


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MS June, 2018/15 orchidaceae for ID : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)

Location : Reiek, Mizoram

Date : 07-06-2018
Habit : Epiphytic orchid
Habitat : Wild

This is Otochilis, not easy to make out Otochilus albus or porrectus. I need a better pic of whole plant and closeup of flower. 


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I would say this is Otochilus albus.

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SK1233 25 JUNE 2018 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)- around 600 kb each. 
Location:  Sakiyong Khasmahal, Pedong Reshi Rd, India
Date: 24 June 2018
Altitude: 5800 ft.
Habit : Rescued from Wild
Pholidota chinensis Lindl. ??
But flower look slight different for me.

No sir, this is an Otochilus

Otochilus albus I think.

 

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MS June,2019/02 Otochilus sp. for ID : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Location : Lurh tlang, Mizoram

Altitude : ca1,750 m.
Date : 30-05-2019
Habit : Epiphytic orchid
Habitat : Wild

Otochilus albus Lindl.

Looks like Otochilus albus.


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