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Papilionanthe vandarum

This is a discussion on Papilionanthe vandarum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; native e.g. to China, but also to India and Myanmar....

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    Default Papilionanthe vandarum

    native e.g. to China, but also to India and Myanmar.
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    what lovely form!! really stunning!

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    Very beautiful, Mietek. The last time you posted a picture of another clone (Mar 2010) and I wondered if it was a vandarum. This time I see that it is an alba form. But I think it may not be a P vandarum but P biswasiana especially with that prominent spur. At one time it was classified as an Aerides and named Aer biswasiana.

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    I'll check tomorrow.

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    Lovely plant on this unique plant !

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    What a cool looking orchid bloom! Really dynamic.

    Cheers,
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    Those flowers are so unique in shape.

    Its spur looks like an Aerides, leaves like Luisia, petals and sepals like Vanda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilsDC View Post
    Those flowers are so unique in shape.

    Its spur looks like an Aerides, leaves like Luisia, petals and sepals like Vanda.

    I totally agree.... I want one.

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    now where on earth (in NZ) can i possibly get one of those?! its amazing! nice one Mieczyslaw

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    Very unique thanks for sharing it.

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