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Paph. Yospur (dellenatii x conco-bellatulum)

This is a discussion on Paph. Yospur (dellenatii x conco-bellatulum) within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here is the pic of the Paph. Yospur that I posted a question about on ...

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    Talking Paph. Yospur (dellenatii x conco-bellatulum)

    Here is the pic of the Paph. Yospur that I posted a question about on monday. I bought it and was a little unsure of it's true parantage, but you guys helped me believe it is in fact what the tag says! Thanks everyone.
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    that is beautiful. Too bad about the damaged bloom, but it is still a great shape and color. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Beautiful bloom! looks like there are many more to come!

    Unfortunately I have to say that I think your tag is incorrect. I think there is something unknown from the section cochlopetalum in your hybrid. You were right for suspecting that there are seqential multifloral genes in there. I'd enjoy the bloom still.

    I would have expected something like my Vanda M. Pearman (delenatii x bellatulum) because of the similar parentage,
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...m-pearman.html

    But I see something more similar to my Deperle (delenatii x primulinum)
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...h-deperle.html
    I'm not 100% sure if yours is deperle but it is very similar in bloom and inflorescent habit. If it is a deperle, it is a very good one! Other delenatii x cochlopetalum may give the same look, occasionally also white like deperle rather than pink I read somewhere I think. I have limited experience with these crosses, so maybe someone else has an opinion?

    The leaves aren't highly tesselated, are they?

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    I'm sorry to say but I doubt very much if that is a P. Yospur. The appears to be an influence of P.primulinum in there and the spike habit plus the number of flowers is wrong.
    It has the appearnce of P. Primcolor or Deperle as Fren has noted. Again as Fren notes, the flower should resemble a Vanda M. Pearman.

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    it's very pretty, and i agree with what Fren and Roy said....

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    It makes sense to me that you guys are right, that it must have some primulim or somthing sequential in it's backround. It is a first bloom seedling, so it would be freakish if it some had 3 + buds on it the first bloom, unless there is sequential in it. Oh well, I like it very much, and I will post another pic once the next bud opens without damage.

    Thanks everyone!

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    I wonder if it can be Paph. Yospur x primulinum

    maybe the nursery can help?

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    I bought it at a garden-furniture and accessory store that sells orchids. I doubt they could help since I think they just get in shipments of misc. orchids and sell them without really knowing anything about it. (I only buy orchids there when they get a new shipment that they haven't had time to let them sit in water or dry out etc.)

    Smartie 2000, I think you could be correct about it being Youspur x primulinum! I found a pic of the Yospur on a website that has pics of primary crosses and it looks pretty similar, so the cross with primulinim could explain how it is sequential.

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    Wharever it is, it's a beauty! For the first bloom wow 3 buds so far, amazing. Congrats and a good job well done!

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    Here is a pic of the flower that opened after the last one. It has a slightly green tinge to the dorsay, which seems to suggest that primulinum is the mystery third species that makes it a sequential flowerer.
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