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Dendrobium wassellii

This is a discussion on Dendrobium wassellii within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very interesting plant, but I have to agree with Tom. Den. wassellii looks like this: ...

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    Very interesting plant, but I have to agree with Tom. Den. wassellii looks like this: IOSPE PHOTOS
    (IOSPE lists it under the genus Dockrillia, but Kew still recognizes Dendrobium)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-19951 View Post
    That is not Den. wassellii, mazlan. It looks more like a hybrid between wassellii and rigida.

    Cute one!
    Thanks for the correction. I sensed it was not exactly correct about the name but that is what written on the tag when I bought it. Thanks again Tom. Really appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Saar View Post
    Very interesting plant, but I have to agree with Tom. Den. wassellii looks like this: IOSPE PHOTOS
    (IOSPE lists it under the genus Dockrillia, but Kew still recognizes Dendrobium)
    Thanks for highlighting Michael. Really appreciate it.
    Thanks to others too for commenting .

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