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Two noid cattleya orchids

This is a discussion on Two noid cattleya orchids within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The white and purple cat looks like a: Lc. Chyong Guu Swan 'White Jade', please ...

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    The white and purple cat looks like a: Lc. Chyong Guu Swan 'White Jade', please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Dess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dess View Post
    The white and purple cat looks like a: Lc. Chyong Guu Swan 'White Jade', please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Dess.
    Mine is a mini-catt...with much more of a Laelia Anceps look. There is none of the "floofie" to it. Also; the lip is as purple as the pics show....very dark. Thanks for the possible name though...I so appreciate you trying to help me out with a name. I think this one is going to be called Laelia Anceps cross. It has the classic shape of an anceps...but no lines in the yellow throat. S'okay, it smells and looks wonderful. I like these smaller catts; they thrive much better here and are much easier to fit on my shelves! lol
    Thanks All for nice comments!

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    I've got soooo much to learn. But I agree they are both beautiful!!!!!!!!!

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