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Dendrobium atavus

This is a discussion on Dendrobium atavus within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; native to China, Vietnam and another South Asia countries, but I'm confused abot the status ...

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    Default Dendrobium atavus

    native to China, Vietnam and another South Asia countries, but I'm confused abot the status of this species. It's an variety of Dendr. fimbriatum?
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    Great fuzzy lip on this Dendrobium atavus.

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    A lovely, lovely dendrobium.

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    Kew currently accepts it as a valid species.

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    Beautiful color.

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    Lovely striking color!!

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    I also got the same species the character of flower, plant itself similar like fimbriatum, Jays described different thing.IOSPE PHOTOS

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    Zainal, even, it's reason, why I'm confused

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    I'm also confuse about this one, we have some species have plant and flower almost the same and the correct name of each one also make us ...headache.
    One the same but have 2 black mark on the lip, other one also the same but almost no fuzzy lip.

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