Dendrobium bicameratum

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Dendrobium bicameratum

Dendrobium bicameratum
Morphological features: Epiphytic plant, spindle shaped stem with grooves, 28.0-35.0 cm long and 0.3-0.6 cm thick, with 2-4 leaves near the top of the stem. The leaves are elongated and lanceolate, with a length of 4.0-8.0cm and a width of 1.8-2.5cm. The inflorescence emanates from the leafless stem nodes, nearly head shaped, 1.5-2.0cm long, with 4-6 flowers, pale yellow with dark stripes and spots. The length of the flower bud is 3.0-4.0mm; The middle sepal is wide and oval shaped, with a length of 6.0-6.5 mm and a width of 3.0-4.0 mm; The lateral sepals are wide triangular, 5.0-7.0mm long and 3.0-3.5mm wide, with a short calyx sac formed at the base; Petals long, round, ovate, 5.5-6.0 mm long, 2.5-3.5 mm wide; Lip petal 3-lobed, wide oval shaped, 4.5-5.5 mm long, 4.0-4.5 mm wide, with triangular lateral lobes, upright, purplish red, short middle lobe, golden yellow; The stamen column and stamen column foot length are 4.0-5.0mm.
Growth environment: Native to the eastern and western Himalayas, Bangladesh, Assam, Nepal, Myanmar, and Thailand. Born on trees in forests at an altitude of 600-2400 meters. The flowering period is from June to August.