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Blc. Copper Queen

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    Default Blc. Copper Queen

    Gotta love the Richard Mueller crosses.
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    Very nice, Jeff! Is it fragrant? Thanks for posting! Betty :-)

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    Cool lip on this orchid! Loving the spots!!

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    Very nice lip!

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    I took one look on the front page of the flower and had to click over for the larger view. Very beautiful flower! Great job there...

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    And Lava Burst in the bottom left hand corner as a bonus ?

    Nice catt, but the name seems to be a little inappropriate. I looked it up on Orchidwiz, because I have bought a plant under this name which was wildly different ( from a nursery I won't name -a few thousand miles from Florida anyway ! who sell good plants but are a bit sloppy with the labels - and I was curious to remind myself of what it may look like . Whatever, Orchidwiz has 17 different images of this cross; a couple do have your colouring - more or less , although oranges and yellows seem the norm for petals and sepals. But you have the best lip among that lot.
    Like I said - a nice Catt ( or Rhyncobrasseola, acording to Orchidwiz).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    And Lava Burst in the bottom left hand corner as a bonus ?

    Nice catt, but the name seems to be a little inappropriate. I looked it up on Orchidwiz, because I have bought a plant under this name which was wildly different ( from a nursery I won't name -a few thousand miles from Florida anyway ! who sell good plants but are a bit sloppy with the labels - and I was curious to remind myself of what it may look like . Whatever, Orchidwiz has 17 different images of this cross; a couple do have your colouring - more or less , although oranges and yellows seem the norm for petals and sepals. But you have the best lip among that lot.
    Like I said - a nice Catt ( or Rhyncobrasseola, acording to Orchidwiz).
    Temperature plays a part in the color as well. Cooler seems to make mine more vibrant.
    As for the oncidium on the left. It's actually a Sharry Baby hybrid.

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    Very beautiful ! I recently got an Lc. Kupfer Prinz (its a german name and its literal translation would be copper prince) I am unable to find its genealogy, it looks like its got C. tenebrosa in it. Can anybody with orchidwiz help me with it.

    Attached is an image from the internet. Could it be a relative of copper queen??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Very beautiful ! I recently got an Lc. Kupfer Prinz (its a german name and its literal translation would be copper prince) I am unable to find its genealogy, it looks like its got C. tenebrosa in it. Can anybody with orchidwiz help me with it.
    Lc. now Cattleya Kupferprinz is a cross of C. Kerchoveana x C. tenebrosa.
    C. Kerchoveana is a cross of C. schofieldiana x C. schilleriana.

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    Thanks for that info Jeff ! And what is Richard mueller crossed with ffor Blc. Copper queen??

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