Trying to save my Coelogyne cristata Orchid – This doesn’t look good

Today we attend to the cristata which appears to have declined very fast during my vacation.
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The Coelogyne cristata is not a new orchid in my collection and has always been pretty resilient. therefore this comes as a bit of a surprise to me, since I had no warning signs there could be something wrong with her.

The oldest pseudbulbs seem to have caught an infection and are now being lost. I resorted to separate the healthy bulbs and growths ad pot them separately.

Since the orchid is in active growth and I see roots I am quite optimistic, but seeing the extend of the damage is quite surprising, especially since I did not see how it started.
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