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Need help to ID different orchids

This is a discussion on Need help to ID different orchids within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Originally Posted by Keysguy The last plant in your original post I do not believe ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keysguy View Post
    The last plant in your original post I do not believe to be a Renanthera. Renanthera leaves grow directly opposite each other (the scientific name for that plant form escapes me at the moment) thus my guess is that this is a vanda of some ilk. When it blooms you can post it up and we'll have some fun trying to ID it then.

    Your very last pic looks like a sesquipedale but without the benefit of seeing the whole plant and being able to judge flower size it's a tough call. Some angracoid flowers look so similar you need the whole picture to tell them apart.

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    Thank you for your help. The Angraecum is not a sesquipedale because i have a sesquipedale and they look very different.Could this be Angraecum Veitchii ? This is the Angraecum plant :
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    It may well be Veitchii. It is a sesquipedale cross so the fact that your plant looks like a more compact version of sesquipedale, Veitchii certainly needs to be considered as a strong possibility. Nice looking plant!

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