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A NOID Brassavola Hybrid ?

This is a discussion on A NOID Brassavola Hybrid ? within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by espranch It looks like a mix of two orchids to me... brassavola ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by espranch View Post
    It looks like a mix of two orchids to me... brassavola X cattleya. It's lovely, and the fragrance is an added bonus! This is exactly the kind of orchid I like to have...Betty :-)
    Sorry Betty but I really know next to nothing when it comes to catts and its alliance. So, would that make it a "brassocattleya" or what would be the correct term?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Saar View Post
    A possibility is B. Moonlight Perfume/Rcv. Green Pixie. These are in fact one in the same grex. The first is (B. nodosa x B. glauca) and the second (B. nodosa x Rhyncholaelia glauca). Moonlight Perfume was registered in 1970, Green Pixie in 2007. Apparently the RHS didn't catch it when re-registered in 2007, but they now show it as a synonym.
    Again, not a certainty, but a possibility.
    Thanks Michael, will follow up on that lead of yours. For sure this is an old hybrid, if not a natural one, since I don't think modern registered hybrids would reach Cotabato at all.

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