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Paphio species

This is a discussion on Paphio species within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; New species discovered early this year from Myanmar according to the source the distribution of ...

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    Default Paphio species

    New species discovered early this year from Myanmar according to the source the distribution of this species around the sea level up to 500 meter very huge flower about 4 inches still no ID.

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    Very cool flower! Does the leaf normally look red?

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    Wow...Managed to get it already. very closely associated with concolor/godforae I think

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    What a beautiful color and shape!

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    4 inch petal span is typical for hangianum, there is defenitely no hangianum in this one and concolor var. Longipetalum leafspan is typical 3 inches, what does the leaves look like?
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    Oops I mean concolor petal span, not leaf span
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Hamilton View Post
    Very cool flower! Does the leaf normally look red?
    Nope the leaf is similar like Paph longipitalum above is green silver and below is dark maroon.Show you the photos below.Thanks Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Wow...Managed to get it already. very closely associated with concolor/godforae I think
    I concur with you very close to Subgenus Brachypetalum, great you got it already.

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    What a beautiful color and shape!
    Very odd flower but very nice.Thanks Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeronaut View Post
    4 inch petal span is typical for hangianum, there is defenitely no hangianum in this one and concolor var. Longipetalum leafspan is typical 3 inches, what does the leaves look like?
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    Oops I mean concolor petal span, not leaf span
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    Let me show you one of the photo is not belong to me but to my friend could be from Thailand.
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    Very strange but interesting. I show you the photos of the plant. When not in flower the leaf almost identical with concolor longipetalum.
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    The last photo below is longipetalum you cant differentiate when not in flower.

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    It's quite nice!

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    They are very close, my longipetalum has very narrow & thick leaves, mine is probably from a different location than yours, I think yours has more typical concolor leqf shape, what you are displaying I think is a definite different variety, wide dark spotted petals, not a conco varietal hybrid thats for sure, was there a whole colony?
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    Very nice paph. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeronaut View Post
    They are very close, my longipetalum has very narrow & thick leaves, mine is probably from a different location than yours, I think yours has more typical concolor leqf shape, what you are displaying I think is a definite different variety, wide dark spotted petals, not a conco varietal hybrid thats for sure, was there a whole colony?
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    Initially when I got longipetalum fresh from the jungle the leaves exactly as what you had described but with the regular fertilizer the leaves transformed into broad and shorter. Odd and weird , for your info I got the plants from 3 different sources I'm really hoping they will show some degree of color variation. I saw one of the longipetalum posted by Siamese vendor very dull and is not pretty at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traci View Post
    Very nice paph. Well done.
    Thanks Traci.

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