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Pink Paph

This is a discussion on Pink Paph within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I agree Elena that it is a delenatii x cochlosepalum, but it is difficult to ...

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    I agree Elena that it is a delenatii x cochlosepalum, but it is difficult to tell which species it is crossed with. I know that it is not crossed with Paph primulinum.
    I do agree that the two plants look very similar, and that striping on the dorsal of Elena's plant may give some hints to which species was used perhaps

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    The colours in my pictures are a little off, the light's not been brilliant recently and I wanted to snap it before the first flowers fell off (it has now) but it looks identical to Grassaus I've looked at. I also found Bruce's thread and you can see leaves in his pictures which look the same too. Obviously I wouldn't treat it as a positive ID but it's nice to have a good idea of what it might be.

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