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Phrag. PHOTOS

This is a discussion on Phrag. PHOTOS within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hallo! Here some new pictures! This one i bought only with one flower, actually the ...

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    Hallo!

    Here some new pictures! This one i bought only with one flower, actually the last one of 3, without any name!! The only thing i know is that is for sure a Phragmipedium.

    Until now i could only compare it with P. Calurum (= logifolium x Sedenii ?), P. Ainsworthii (?) or Lemoinierianum (= Calurum x Sedenii) but i sincerely have no idea...

    Does anyone have some tips??
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    Not many of us here could help you much on this one! The key to this one could be the color of the bloom.
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    hummm... ok!
    I thought it was something simple... eventhough i like it!

    Thanks anyways for answering!
    Diogo

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    It's beautiful but I have no clue either what it could be. Not that great with my phrags.

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    Other than some besseae in there somewhere, I've no idea.

    Julie

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    it's got some schlimii in it but I don't see any besseae. I don't think it's Calurum because those tend to be "thinner" due to the 3/4 longifolium influence. it could simply be Sedenii itself but nearly impossible to tell for sure.

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    Oh well...pink, orange...they're all the same...

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    beautiful dark color...
    You might consider Phrag Rosy Gem... [Cardinale x Sedenii]...
    registered in 1894 by Ingram... [2/3 longifolium & 1/3 schlimii]...
    the 'horns' [bumps] on the pouch rim indicate longifolium type influence...
    and the foliage is as might be expected for the cross...
    the leaves on mine [Rosy Gem var Roseum] look just like yours...
    I'm guessing that the flower is just opening...
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    WOW, Scotty! That is beautiful! The plant is very even on each side. And the color saturation is excellent. A very, very nice clone of this grex!

    Also, excellent photography!

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    to the P.o.P.

    Cheers,
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