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Paphiopedilum species arrow bellatulum

bellatulum


POL1800-BS

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P. bellatulum belongs to the brachypetalum section of the Paphiopedilum genus. The word 'brachypetalum' means flat petal, and P. bellatulum certainly exemplifies this description. Originally discoverd around 1888 in Burma (Myanmar), it was subsequently found in Thailand. P. bellatulum is definitely a favorite in the slipper world. Its round flower form, reddish spots, and small size make it popular with collectors and hybridizers, who have put its genes into all manner of Paph hybrids.

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