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This is a discussion on one new and one old within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; First, the older one: a noid Cambria (I guess), picture taken about a month ago: ...

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    First, the older one: a noid Cambria (I guess), picture taken about a month ago:

    And the second one is an Ophrys (Mammosa I believe)

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    Beautifull flowers!

    Cambria though is not existing - it's a genera made up by dutch growers for all the plants they don't have time to put real names on (my theory ). They usually put it on onc. alliance plants, but I've heard rumors about phals, epidendrum (got that one myself) and catts being labeled as Cambria!
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    The Ophrys is very nice.

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    I really like the Ophrys

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    The Ophrys looks like a hummingbird almost!! Very cool, I've never seen one like this before!!

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    The Ophrys is awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korxi View Post
    Beautifull flowers!

    Cambria though is not existing - it's a genera made up by dutch growers for all the plants they don't have time to put real names on (my theory ). They usually put it on onc. alliance plants, but I've heard rumors about phals, epidendrum (got that one myself) and catts being labeled as Cambria!
    IT'S SICK

    Christian
    Too true, I have a NOID that looks just like Den kingianum which was labelled as Cambria Nelly Isler

    That Ophrys is fantastic, looks just like an insect.

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