Paraphalaenopsis

These species are endemic to BorneoBorneo is the third largest island in the world. It has an area of 743,330 kmĀ² (287,000 square miles), and is located at the centre of the Malay archipelago and Indonesia. Borneo is considered to be part of the geographic region of Southeast Asia. Administratively, this island is divided between Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. Borneo is a Western reference; The term was used by the Dutch during the colonial period. In Indonesia today, the island is referred to as Kalimantan. East Malaysia or Malaysian Borneo refers to the States of Sabah and ...Borneo. They are morphologically similar to PhalaenopsisPhalaenopsis (Blume 1825) is a genus of approximately 60 species of orchids (family Orchidaceae). The abbreviation in the horticultural trade is Phal.Phalaenopsis and were a long time considered as species of that genus. Their flowers are similar, but the leaves of Paraphalaenopsis are cylindrical and long (from 35cm up to 3m in cultivation) and resemble the leaves of the HolcoglossumHolcoglossum is a genus of orchids, in the family Orchidaceae.Holcoglossum. These are epiphytesAn epiphyte is an organism that grows upon or attached to a living plant. The term most commonly refers to higher plants, but epiphytic bacteria, fungi (epiphytic fungi), algae, lichens, mosses, and ferns exist as well. The term epiphytic derives from the Greek epi- (meaning 'upon') and phyton (meaning 'plant'). Epiphytic plants are sometimes called "air plants" because they do not root in soil. However, there are many aquatic species of algae, including seaweeds, that are epiphytes on other aquatic plants (seaweeds or aquatic angiosperms). Epiphytic ...epiphytes that bloom in early spring.

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