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Ceraia pseudoequitans, philippines

This is a discussion on Ceraia pseudoequitans, philippines within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; hi folks, another pride of the philippines, also known as Dendrobium pseudoequitans. cheers,...

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    hi folks,

    another pride of the philippines, also known as Dendrobium pseudoequitans.

    cheers,
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    hey..how do you grow this beauts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mujacko2002 View Post
    hey..how do you grow this beauts?
    hi uly,
    maybe not as easy as Ceraia (Dendrobium) crumenatum, more shades and humidity, best mounted.

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    Very pretty. Thanks for the new classification .

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    Lol - when I saw this, I thought that looks like a dendrobium... haha.. then I read your post and saw it was another re-classification.

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    I have a similar-flowered plant which I grow under the name of D.nudum , so thinking this might be a Ceraia too, I have been doing a bit of looking up , and ended up confused. According to Laverock et al, Ceraia is a former name for a group of orchids all now in Dendrobium. IOSPE seems to imply the same meaning . But whereas my D.nudum is listed in IOSPE ( as a dendrobe) it is not in Laverock at all , and this C.pseudoequitans is not in either .....
    There are times, trying to get the labels correct, when I wish I hadn't started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    I have a similar-flowered plant which I grow under the name of D.nudum , so thinking this might be a Ceraia too, I have been doing a bit of looking up , and ended up confused. According to Laverock et al, Ceraia is a former name for a group of orchids all now in Dendrobium. IOSPE seems to imply the same meaning . But whereas my D.nudum is listed in IOSPE ( as a dendrobe) it is not in Laverock at all , and this C.pseudoequitans is not in either .....
    There are times, trying to get the labels correct, when I wish I hadn't started.
    hi geoff,
    Ceraia saaronica (Dendrobium crumenatum) was the first described species i believe, so therefore its the type species. since Ceraia has a very distinct growth and all, im still using the old name.

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