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Cattleya noid

This is a discussion on Cattleya noid within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Great looking catt . Yes, Bro sanguinea there somewheere,...

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    Great looking catt . Yes, Bro sanguinea there somewheere,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Looks very nice. I think could one of the mini Catt (nobilor) or wlkeriana x Bro. sanguinea may be
    Quote Originally Posted by JDT View Post
    That's 2 votes for some Bro. sanguinea in there, thanks!
    The spike is consistent with Bro. sanguinea background as well, but probably less than 1/2 based on both flower and spike. This intensity of color often comes from C. guttata, C. bicolor or similar ancestry, often with Guarianthe, crosses like Ctt. Bactia and Ctt. Chocolate Drop, but plant size and form don't look like that's a big part, but it could be there. The plant looks like a small Catt like C. walkeriana as noted, or even more like C. (L.) pumila and similar species, or even C. (S.) coccinea. Any of those might contribute to intense color. But I'm just not finding pictures of anything that really shows the combination of flower characteristics here, so some combination of strongly colored small Catt(s) with Bro. sanguinea might be the best guess possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Great looking catt . Yes, Bro sanguinea there somewheere,
    Thanks Yew Sung, that is 3 votes toward Bro sanguinea in the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaphMadMan View Post
    The spike is consistent with Bro. sanguinea background as well, but probably less than 1/2 based on both flower and spike. This intensity of color often comes from C. guttata, C. bicolor or similar ancestry, often with Guarianthe, crosses like Ctt. Bactia and Ctt. Chocolate Drop, but plant size and form don't look like that's a big part, but it could be there. The plant looks like a small Catt like C. walkeriana as noted, or even more like C. (L.) pumila and similar species, or even C. (S.) coccinea. Any of those might contribute to intense color. But I'm just not finding pictures of anything that really shows the combination of flower characteristics here, so some combination of strongly colored small Catt(s) with Bro. sanguinea might be the best guess possible.
    Thanks Kirk for all of your research, it seems it will stay a Cattleya noid which is fine by me.

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    Jack so beautiful small plant relatively big flower nice collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Jack so beautiful small plant relatively big flower nice collection.
    Thanks Zain!

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