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Probablemente una especie introducida,
Gracias por el comentario y por la ID
Linda foto !
This one is the Quail ha ha http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/115... and still need to confirm the name....
Leuba Nice picture in Tabacon, the first flower is a Thunbergia sp
Ha ha craigwilliams Still don´t know how it happens, Thanks so much for correcting me. I am renaming it.
Hello Craig, so pleased to know that I spotted the right orchid and more pleased to know that it is an Australian native - thanks for the information. Have I got this right ? - is this a spotting of P.tankervillae and are you going to suggest an ID ? I have not seen many native orchids here in the wild- must pay closer attention. This one is quite delicate and pretty.
Hello Leuba! Well spotted:) The orchid in pic.2 of the link is also Phaius tankervillae (which you have as a native on the east coast of Australia (sometimes called P.australis there). The other plants labelled as 'orchids' in that link btw are Canna (not related)
Looks like orchids in pic #2 (parece que foto dos)http://www.almaslife.co.uk/costa-rica7.p...
Hey Jonathan! Coturnix chinensis is a quail!
Looks like Phaius tankervilliae
Me alegro que le gustó ALICE esta es dedicada a ud, desde Costa Rica.ALICE this one is for YOU, I AM SO GLAD YOU LOVE IT.
Spotted on Jun 19, 2012 Submitted on Jun 20, 2012
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