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Brassavola Nodosa, Littlestar Hybrid

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    Dhaka, Bangladesh

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    Nicely Done masum!

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    Thanks a lot Chris

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    I would agree with Chris, well done!

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    Very pretty! Fragrance is nice!

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    Uh oh. Back to the issues your vendor has with labels, that looks like the species Brassavola nodosa, not a hybrid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybark View Post
    Uh oh. Back to the issues your vendor has with labels, that looks like the species Brassavola nodosa, not a hybrid.
    Thanks , you are right, It was labeled Hybrid Little star. In Bangladesh its very common. 99% seller dont know the real name .
    I like pink Brassavola on your profile pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    Very pretty! Fragrance is nice!
    Thanks , Very strong Fragrance . Full bloom will give you headace.

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    I would agree with Chris, well done!
    Thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybark View Post
    Uh oh. Back to the issues your vendor has with labels, that looks like the species Brassavola nodosa, not a hybrid.
    In this case I think it does show resemblance to Brassavola subulifolia, so it could be B. Little Stars (nodosa x subulifolia) or a hybrid from it. These 2 species and a couple other Brassavola species, and the various hybrids among them, can be so similar in appearance that it is may not be possible to conclusively distinguish between them from a photograph, and there certainly are some out there that are misidentified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaphMadMan View Post
    In this case I think it does show resemblance to Brassavola subulifolia, so it could be B. Little Stars (nodosa x subulifolia) or a hybrid from it. These 2 species and a couple other Brassavola species, and the various hybrids among them, can be so similar in appearance that it is may not be possible to conclusively distinguish between them from a photograph, and there certainly are some out there that are misidentified.
    Thanks. Can you please give some info with photo about Pure Brassavola nodosa vs hybrid.From Photo they all look same.

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