Bulbophyllum cootesii

This plant is named after Jim Cootes by Dr Mark Clements and is published in the 1999’s Australian Orchid Review.

This plant is endemic to the Philippines and is found on the island of Mindanao.

This plant grows well in the semi shade and high humidity conditions in Singapore. It produces several flowers which are honey yellow in color, veined with reddish brown stripes that open sequentially.

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Bulbophyllum cootesii

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Front view of the flower

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Side profile of the flower

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Side profile of the flower

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Top view of the flowers

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Dimension of the flowers

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Dimension of the flowers

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Dimension of the flowers

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