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This is a discussion on Id Please within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I agree, it is not an orchid. The plants are 1. Dendrobium crumenatum, some vendors ...

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    I agree, it is not an orchid.

    The plants are 1. Dendrobium crumenatum, some vendors call it the dove orchid. 2. a Flickingeria, probably F. scopa. 3. two Liparis, probably L. condylobulbon - this plant is being marketed by soem people as dancing lady, which is not correct, as "dancing lady" refers to oncidium species, and Oncidinae are from Central and South America, while Liparis is endemic to Southeast Asia, 4. the plant with dark green leaves is probably a cattleya hybrid, and it looks sick.

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    thanks for the ID, i have my doubts that those could be orchids as well, i have mounted it
    in a slab and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hmm, doesnt look like an orchid to me... anyone?

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    Yes it definitely isn't an orchid.

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    thanks jojo. I wonder what could that be? we'll i guess ill wait and see.

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    It could be onte of those creeping vines. I'm not very good with native plants .... just with native orchids and I'm already rusty in that aspect since it has been a long time since I stopped growing orchids for a while and have started all over again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntgerald View Post
    I agree, it is not an orchid.

    ...........4. the plant with dark green leaves is probably a cattleya hybrid, and it looks sick.
    Yes the dark green one appears to be a cattleya hybrid an indeed looks very sick. Randy, if I were you you'd better segregate that plant from the rest. It may be infested with mites and who knows? Might even be a carrier of virus.

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    jojo thanks for the heads up, i have placed it in a pot right now all of the leaves have
    turned black but when i pulled it out of the pot i see new growths. so i've placed it back.
    i think it the blackening of the leaves is caused by too much sun.

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    Last pic maybe a hoya

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    100% Hoya, but which ID .... will need flower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    cheers,

    thanks for the ID of my noids orchids. I have taken the lime green things from the mount and taken a picture of the whole thing roots including, so that
    somebody can get better view of the plants.



    Thanks.

    The leaves look like Hoya plant.

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