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Eria noid

This is a discussion on Eria noid within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This one just bloomed recently. At first I thought it was Eria bractescens, but it ...

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    Default Eria noid

    This one just bloomed recently. At first I thought it was Eria bractescens, but it was more whitish. Checking closer, I can some red stripes at I don't know what part (is it column?) but definitely unlike Eria atrovinosa where the color is more intense and widespread. Could it be a natural hybrid?








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    Very nice shots! A very pretty Eria. Hope someone can ID this

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    I think it is Eria bractescens

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    ohhh im in love..what a beauty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    I think it is Eria bractescens
    many thanks, but still I have doubt

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