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Habenaria NOID

This is a discussion on Habenaria NOID within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Can anyone help me indentification this Habenaria? Native to Vietnam....

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    Default Habenaria NOID

    Can anyone help me indentification this Habenaria?
    Native to Vietnam.






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    Looks like Habenaria susannae and now reclassified as Pecteilis susannae.

    If it is a big plant about 2 1/2 - 3 feet tall with very fragrant flowers then it most likely is.

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    I love this one! What a cool bloom. Thanks Yew for the orchid identification!

    Cheers,
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    really nice this one!

    thanks also to yew.

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    Thank you very much ,Cattan and BD.
    But my Pecteilis susannae bloomed was in April 2010:
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...-susannae.html
    You see on susannae :The dorsal sepal and lateral sepal very wide,the petals very small.
    This plant about 2 feet tallest and no fragrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cholon View Post
    Thank you very much ,Cattan and BD.
    But my Pecteilis susannae bloomed was in April 2010:
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...-susannae.html
    You see on susannae :The dorsal sepal and lateral sepal very wide,the petals very small.
    This plant about 2 feet tallest and no fragrant.
    Come to think of it you are right about the wider sepals. If there is no fragrance then it definitely is not a susannae. Sorry for the wrong ID. Also the frilled lip curls up laterally on the susannae and it also has a very long and pronounced nectary .

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    Looks really pretty!

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    Lovely and so pristine! Love the fringe!

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    Those are nice!

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    Yes, definetely not P. susannae. Not sure what it is and I have seen most of the Habenaria growing around the region. Are you growing this plant?

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