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Den.fimbriatum var. oculatum

This is a discussion on Den.fimbriatum var. oculatum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Love these dendrobes. I have to concur with Daniel. The fimbriatum I have seen have ...

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    Love these dendrobes. I have to concur with Daniel. The fimbriatum I have seen have fimbriated lips which is not present in your specimen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemde View Post
    Hi hoanlong,

    - Your plant is really cute but it's not a dendrobium fimbriatum. Maybe an hybrid of it or an other species ?
    - Here a picture of a true fimbriatum :

    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...tml#post175716

    - You can find other pictures of the fimbriatum on the web.
    - Kind regards.

    Daniel

    I think my tree is Den.fimbriatum var. oculatum , still your tree is Den.fimbriatum , plants and flowers my very similar to picture below this line instructions

    I've seen this plant outside the store when people bringing them from the forest to, trunk to over 1m6 and I feel surprised about that

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    - On the same site, you can see, on the previous picture, a detailed photo of a single flower :



    - As cattan said , the dendrobium fimbriatum has an hanging inflorescence and the flower has a fimbriated lip. That is not the case of your plant.

    - Your plant seems to have an erected inflorescence like Dendrobium crysotoxum (var. suavissimum) ?

    Last edited by Hemde; February 17th, 2010 at 09:33 AM.

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    after the check is true that there are differences, but I see it is not Dendrobium chrysotoxum (var. suavissimum) because of differences in shape between two trees, I think probably it was Den.fimbriatum hybrid with any tree Den in the wild?

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    What do you think of this one ? Dendrobium clavatum Lindl.



    Illustration from Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Vol.CXIV, 1888, Tab.6993 (Editor: Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker)

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    Yes Daniel, Den clavatum looks more like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Yes Daniel, Den clavatum looks more like it.
    I agree with the opinions of the two you,

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