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Aerangis punctata

This is a discussion on Aerangis punctata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Dorsetman I haven't done my homework, but are you quite sure that ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    I haven't done my homework, but are you quite sure that isn't an Angraecum ?

    (Mind, it is the Aerangis season here in UK ! )

    Have I said that much as I admire the DNA investigations, I have some doubts about the way the DNA is interpreted - it seems to me that it is possible to reset the brackets to any part of the Clade diagram that you want, and thus "prove" anything you want . Maybe if I could have someone at Kew explain it to me, instead of the nonsense accounts which appear in the technical press, I might be more believing. Not that I am aware of any DNA questions about this particular species - it just looks like an Angraecium to me !
    All I have to say is that you probably should not question about the plant ID if you have not done your homeworks or known much about Angraecoids. I can guarantee it is an Aerangis species.

    And I don't want to discuss DNA on this thread either.

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    Breathtaking beauty !! Really such big, and nice flowers on a miniature is remarkable. I think weight by weight the 3 flowers combined weigh more than the plant. It is really awesome.

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