This is really nice. Not a real alba form but kind of just a form with less 
pink.
To be an alba form, it has to be pure white.
Thanks a lot for sharing.
Pankaj


On Thursday, 22 September 2016 02:13:21 UTC+8, tsp kumar wrote:
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> Dear friends,
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> It is my pleasure to present few images of *Aerides maculosa * 
> (Orchidaceae  ) .....with white flowers...!
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> Habit:Herb
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> Habitat:Wild,epiphytic,Semi-evergreen forest fringe,by a roadside.
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> Sighting:Near Chikmagalur,Karnataka,about 1100 msl
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> Date:23-06-2015
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> Thanks and regards
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> tspkumar
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> Deputy Conservator of Forests
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> Working Plan 
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> Chikmagalur
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> Ph:9880571585
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> *“We have not inherited this planet from our forefathers, we have borrowed 
> it from our children”-An American proverb*
>

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