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quisumbingii who ?

This is a discussion on quisumbingii who ? within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; My old one was listed as gastrochilus quisumbingii ... on the web site about species ...

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    Default quisumbingii who ?

    My old one was listed as gastrochilus quisumbingii ... on the web site about species it is listed as Saccolabium and Tuberolabium , who am I ? Gin

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    Sounds like 3 terrible diseases or at least symptoms.
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    Oh My! you have the quisumbingii's bad girl

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    http://www.orchidspecies.com/saccola...isumbingii.htm
    http://www.orchidspecies.com/gastquisimbingii.htm
    http://www.orchidspecies.com/tubquisimbingii.htm

    It looks like they have been having a baddddddddddd day and decided to try and confuse us,but it looks like its the last one that I listed above.
    Have fun

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    Thanks Murray that is the site I looked on , I am confused enough ,wish they would leave things alone .. G

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    its just like when they put Miltonia warscewiczii into the Oncidiums 2yr ago.That affected over 2000 hybrids

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    Default Eduardo Quisumbing

    is the grand old man of Philippine orchids.

    I think he was a mentor of Helen Valmayor, author of the two-volume Orchidiana Philippinea, while she was a student at the University of the Philippines.

    He has written articles on Philippine orchids. Tuberolabium quisumbingii was named after him.

    I am not so sure whether he is still alive.

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    Thanks ! I will change the tag on it ,rather add another one ,gastrochilus is one of my favorite species would hate to lose track of the ones I have which are not many , some are hard to find here .
    Another one is Trias just have the one from the OT. auction . Gin

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    Hi Gin,

    Here are the aliases for your guy:
    Gastrochilus quisumbingii
    Saccolabium kotoense
    Saccolabium quisumbingii
    Tuberolabium quisumbingii

    The accepted name is:
    Tuberolabium kotoense.

    If you care, I can cite the various sources.

    Julie

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    Thanks McTired will add it to the list .. I still like quisumbingii the best too many years of knowing it by that name . The reason I was curious did not want to end up getting 2 of the same , just diffrent names. Gin

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