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How did you measure the temperature?
16 - Hylocereus - Dragonfruit?
Your two hints: Large leaves, upright inflorescence did it. Then I double checked my gallery of Xylobium:...
#4 - Acineta?
#7 is hybridized with Cochlioda. Here's a similar hybrid:
#4 is a tough one. There's a mentum...
#5 is definitely Acacia - looks a lot like this one:
#19 - Pleurothallis or Stelis, not sure which
#4 is an orchid but it's honestly too blurry for me to tell much else.
I think #7 is Specklinia tribuloides by some, Pleurothallis tribuloides by others.
#17 is a Pleurothallis (or whatever it's segregated out to these days) species.
#9 - WAG - Aeonium?
#7 is an Odontoglossum/Odontioda hybrid
Thanks a million for tracking that one down!
(Now go to bed! =)
Does anyone know the difference between Alocasia zebrina/tigrina?
I photographed this specimen at the Conservatory of Flowers, San Francisco:...
This is a high elevation tree from either Thailand or Vietnam, grown by the Conservatory of Flowers, San Francisco:
Thanks - spelling it with an 'e' is reflexive. Darn literature classes! =)
Dingdingding, some quick googling, and Michael F gets today's prize. Thanks a bunch!
-Eric in SF
I think this is an Australian Cymbidium. They are fairly different from the standard and miniature Cym hybrids.
Australian Cyms, such as C....
Hi experts and afficianados!
While out photographing at Strybing Arboretum here in San Francisco, I came across this tree, absolutely laden...
My first thought is that it is a Cymbidium species, an orchid. That line between the green and yellow portions is called the Abscission line....