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This is a discussion on ID a NOID within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This plant is labeled as some sort of Onc, but those p-bulbs aren't like anything ...

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    Default ID a NOID

    This plant is labeled as some sort of Onc, but those p-bulbs aren't like anything I've ever seen on an Onc. Can anyone suggest a genus that typically looks like this?

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    Is it some kind of den?

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    I go along with you Diane

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    Murray, could you suggest what section of Den?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchid-man
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    Whoo Hoo!! I actually was right about a dend!!!!

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    Murray, could you suggest what section of Den?

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    it is a hard cane and I think that it has speciosum in the background.

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    I'm almost positive it's a schomburgkia...

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    but i could be wrong.

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    Please, anyone, offer up your thoughts!

    This will be a longer term guessing game, as the flower will prove the winner. The p-bulbs are pretty distinctive. The plant's not in my collection, so please suggest any reasoning you might have. It will help!

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    well - its most likely either the speciosum or like i guessed, a schomburgkia - either of which are very desireable and unique. i say GET IT!

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