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Paphiopedilum liemianum

This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum liemianum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here I got original flower for liemianum and moquettianum, Abiom I lost my victoria reginae ...

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    Default paph liemianum

    Here I got original flower for liemianum and moquettianum, Abiom I lost my victoria reginae photo in bloom. You can compare it actually there were so many variation among them but the leaves basically will help us to guide toward different species.
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    Zain, I'm a little confused here. What are the names for these Paphs you have posted please. I don't see a moquettianum there either.

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    Great paph blooms, Zain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy View Post
    Zain, I'm a little confused here. What are the names for these Paphs you have posted please. I don't see a moquettianum there either.
    The last photo actually is P. moquettianum, the flower is bigger than this, stunted due to the hot weather.Never mine I will post the new photo immediately they bloom right now I got 2 flower spikes. Thanks Roy.

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    Hi Zain, anyway your paph is great.

    I think that, if you all don't mind, I am going to get lift in this thread....

    I've got this paph approximately 6 months ago and this one is named as Liemianum, but I could not make it flower for me.

    Is this one same the foliage of the liemianum? any hint in order that he flowers?

    Some of its leaves has 32 cm and most of them has more than 20 cm. They never go upward, only when they are very small.

    I fertilize like my other orchideas, weekly or every two weeks with 1/4 of the recommended for the manufacturer. he takes indirect light and much less than my other plants.
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    Thanks, to me the leaves doesn't sound paph. liemianum ,its look like a new species I never seen the mottle leaves like this probably hybrids, or paph sangii if they come from Indonesia. Usually p.liemianum the upper surface is plain and the bottom surface toward axilla got purplish stripes. I wish I can see the flower one day Rosalia. Please give adequate light to enhance blooming and fertilizer.

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    Hi Rosalia,
    I agree with Zain. Definitely not liemianum, nor any of the other cochlopetalum types (primulinum, glaucophyllum, victoria-reginae, moquettianum) because all of them have solid green foliage. It could be a hybrid with one of those in its ancestry, however.

    As far as Zain's original plant goes, I think it's a hybrid of liemianum (some resemblance in the dorsal) and possibly glaucophyllum or victoria-reginae. A very attractive flower!

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    I have to disagree, P.liemianum DOES have mottled leaves, no where near the ones posted. I agree that its different. Zain, your moquettianum is more like a P. glaucophyllum, moquettianum has an all yellow/green dorsal with fine maroon spotting, nothing like yours.

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    Roy, its nice to have a different side of view among us actually it will improve our knowledge, hoping somebody will give better idea and more detail about this plant, thanks again.

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    Zain, as soon as I can I will post a pic of the plant of my liemianum and try to find my pic of moquettianum. The biggest problem is that moquetianum used to be a variety of glaucophyllum and some hybridists crossed the 2 and still called it moquettianum, which its not. This is why the color difference in the dorsals.

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