Schoenorchis fragrans pictured on the 27th October 2016. This miniature orchid was new to my collection, the plant had a number of pests residing inside its leaves and around the plant. It’s worth thoroughly examining and quarantining any new plants you buy before introducing them to your terrarium.

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