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Dendrobium species

This is a discussion on Dendrobium species within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very beautiful species. I want one !...

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    Very beautiful species. I want one !

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    Eric, I think, soon you can buy it here in Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanhua View Post
    Eric, I think, soon you can buy it here in Germany.
    Very good news, thank you.

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    I have a similar dendro that is still blooming. I am told it is from Sumatra, but I don't know the name. Mine has only 2 flowers. I hope to find the name soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe.suprapto View Post
    I have a similar dendro that is still blooming. I am told it is from Sumatra, but I don't know the name. Mine has only 2 flowers. I hope to find the name soon.

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    Yes me too, thanks.

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    Dendrobium igneoniveum, lost in cultivation for nearly a century, and it comes from Aceh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roth View Post
    Dendrobium igneoniveum, lost in cultivation for nearly a century, and it comes from Aceh.
    Hi roth thanks for the info but I dont think this is Dendrobium igneoniveum, I just posted this Den .Hopefully someday we will get the new name.

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    This is indeed guaranteed to be igneoniveum, the other one is a cruentum or toppianum type.. Igneoniveum has median lobe that is kidney shaped with an orange blotch, so this plant fits, not the cruentum type from your other post.

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