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Close up in cultivation in Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, second in roadside population on dry stoney bank, growing in both full sun and shade, alongside Selaginella wildenowii.
No, not an especially threatened plant in Thailand (collected for sale like most, but still numerous in certain places) but I haven't heard about it being invasive anywhere. Why do you ask?
Is this an invasive Orchid?
Lat: 18.74, Long: 99.72
Spotted on Sep 8, 2010 Submitted on Feb 11, 2012