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Help identifying this Oncidium

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    Need some help identifying this Oncidium type plant.

    It had a smell like Sherry Baby but the flowers were much larger and very similar colors to the Sherry Baby, Cream/Maroon

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    Here is a more detailed look at the plant part


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    Very healthy looking plants! Sorry I can't help ID it, but I am thinking Onc. Sharry Baby might be one of its parents?!

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    It's sort of hard to tell from the sideways photo, but check out pictures of Beallara Eurostar on google. I see that one around a lot and it at least looks similar to what you've got there...

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    Thanks so much for all your posts!

    I'm thinking hcubed is right looks very much like the flowers before they withered!

    Thanks a Bunch for all your help!

    Michael

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