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Need help with ID please.

This is a discussion on Need help with ID please. within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; https://goo.gl/photos/qBWVH2zruLiwjuox8 can anyone please help ID this? Believe it is some sort of dendrobium phal ...

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    Default Need help with ID please.

    https://goo.gl/photos/qBWVH2zruLiwjuox8 can anyone please help ID this? Believe it is some sort of dendrobium phal.?
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    https://goo.gl/photos/qBWVH2zruLiwjuox8. See if these post.
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    It is a Dendrobium but kind of hard to do any better when the picture blacks out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephDM View Post
    https://goo.gl/photos/qBWVH2zruLiwjuox8 can anyone please help ID this? Believe it is some sort of dendrobium phal.?
    It does appear to be a Den phal type hybrid, one that has some antelope Dendrobium ancestry too. I doubt you can get a more precise ID than that.

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    I will try to get a better one on here. I got that one to post but do not know how I did it.
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    Go me... I added a second pic to the link above! This has the blooms along side the mother.
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    With the second pic now I'm wondering if this has even more complex ancestry than I originally thought. Any hybrid can be almost impossible to make a positive ID because all are variable and there is always something similar out there. But I'll do a little more looking, seen what I can find.

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    Thank you. Just learning about her. My husband brought her home bc she was being treated kinda ruff at the store. A few broken leafs but nice blooms. I did cut her blooms and repot so she could spend some time on over all health.
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