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Another Paph IQ

This is a discussion on Another Paph IQ within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Jmoney well this looks like it will take a while to unravel, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmoney
    well this looks like it will take a while to unravel, so I'll throw some stuff out in the open. first off, is haynaldianum in the mix?
    The posts are all time-warped interleaved, so who knows where this will show up, but no, Jason. No haynaldianum. I asked that, and that was the answer I got.

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    oh no... the time warp did it again....

    that was one of my first guesses because of the blotches on the dorsals... and Colin said, no haynaldianum in the mix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoa Tony Nguyen
    Well,
    That was what I thought at the beginning ... Apparently according to Colin, he said that is not the case ...
    I think you misread me - THIS cross is not named (to my knowledge) but there is a named cross IN THE LINEAGE. this is getting complicated - sorry if i miscommunicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bench72
    does it have a cochlopetalum parent?

    also, I believe there are at least two coryopetalums in the mix...
    EEK!!! i was misreading you and julie - much apologies, much apologies!!! there is some coryo in there, yes. i am a paph and was thinking coryopetalum was A species with several variations, rather than a group of specie.

    edit - sorry, no cochlopetalum

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    So, the colors and shape in your picture, are they showing up accurately, and is that the norm for this plant?

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    Ok, I'm going to repeat what Colin said, because it time warped higher up in the responses AND IT'S IMPORTANT!

    There is Coryopetalum parentage, but no Cochlopetalum. Both are groups of species.

    Colin, since I'm now so thoroughly confused, could you tell us if all three species involved (two grandparents and one parent) are Coryo, or if only two are, or just one (I suspect at least two).

    Julie

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    TIME WARP --- I'M SO CONFUSED!?!?!? NO COMMENTS, JULIE!

    NO COCHLO, BUT SOME CORYO, NO HAYNALDIANUM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane
    So, the colors and shape in your picture, are they showing up accurately, and is that the norm for this plant?
    1. The colors and shape ARE accurate.

    2. I'm not sure if ive ever even actually seen someone make this cross before (here comes a hint) but the structure of the flower is almost counterintuitive to what one would expect from the strong presence of paph. ____ being in there! it would seem almost as if the overpresence of that influence could have caused a trait to skip a generation (if that's impossible, forgive me - im just trying to describe whats going on with the lineage without giving parents away)

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    One question that has been bugging me, I wonder if this plant has any coryo paph in its lineage?
    Thanks. Hoa.

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    Nope. No coryo.

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