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One more orchid in de mountain for ID

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    Default One more orchid in de mountain for ID

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    It looks like a Cattleya, but I don't know any species native to the philippines (if there are any at all). Cattleyas are native to South America. So my guess is a hybrid Catt, not a wild species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabi_borza View Post
    It looks like a Cattleya, but I don't know any species native to the philippines (if there are any at all). Cattleyas are native to South America. So my guess is a hybrid Catt, not a wild species.
    I concur. There are no native catts to asia i am sure. This could be a dendrobium of some sort though, thats my only other thought.

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