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Old 05-28-2012, 11:38 AM
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All of my experience with seed pods comes from cattleyas and not paphs. but I would say that yes it was pollinated and the seed pod is starting to form.

With the catts once the flower is pollinated the flower wilts but then hangs on, becoming dry and brittle as it ages. The pod develops behind the flower.

There is no way of saving that pod now it has been removed from the plant. It takes months for seed to ripen.
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