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Coelandria armeniaca

This is a discussion on Coelandria armeniaca within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This species was named by Jim Cootes and Mark Clements. It would be interesting to ...

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    Default Coelandria armeniaca


    This species was named by Jim Cootes and Mark Clements.
    It would be interesting to know about the experience of other growers on this genus, or even species.

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    It looks similar to Dendrobium.

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    It has a nice bright color. I agree, it does look similar to a dendrobium bloom.

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    hi nelson,
    absolutely lovely!
    wasnt it in the dendrobium genus before and jim and mark took out a few of those?
    i think im getting close to this new genus and a bloom opened up today, so lets see...

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    It was split off from the genus Dendrobium.

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    What a vibrant yellow!

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    And what about the name Dendrobium tiongii? Which one name is the real one?

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    Love that colour.

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    Lovely, I like this intense color!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lina View Post
    And what about the name Dendrobium tiongii? Which one name is the real one?
    Hi Lina,
    its Dendrobium tiongii, for what i know now.

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