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Diacattleya something ??

This is a discussion on Diacattleya something ?? within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; hello, this one finally blooming.... it looks like diaca. chantilly lace twinkle, but without spots ...

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    Default Diacattleya something ??

    hello, this one finally blooming....
    it looks like diaca. chantilly lace twinkle, but without spots in its petals...
    so... does anybody could help with id please? thanks in advance


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    Whatever it is, it's pretty!

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    Looks like a cross...unfortunately, without a tag it's hard to guess. Maybe someone has one like it and will recognize it. I find alot of names; where I know half the cross, by looking at the pictures I can find searching online. Does yours smell wonderful?

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    stunning flower! wouldnt know what it is...

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    beautifull flowers...it's a gift, even if you don't know the ID

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    Looks like Diacattleya Chantily Lace to me. Maybe not the common one, 'Twinkle', but very similar. Beautiful!

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