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This is a discussion on Oncidium NoID within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Good Growing BRAVO !!!!! Cin...
Good Growing BRAVO !!!!!
Reminds me of monarch butterflies resting on trees!... Very lovely and bold!...
nice bloom spike!! I love how its so heavy with blooms that it practically falls over on itself
This plant is really lovely......it's blooms takes my breath away
They changed one of the species around causing an intergenric name change and I can not think of it at the moment. (EDIT: might now be an Odontioda) It used to be called Colmanara Wildcat. Yours looks like the 'Carmela' clone
Colmanara Wildcat is an intergeneric hybrid between two other hybrids; Odontonia (Miltonia x Odontoglossum) and Odontocidium (Oncidium x Odontoglossum).
This year's version - the main inflorescence is 125 cm (50") long and organized a bit better:
Last edited by mycologist; November 4th, 2009 at 09:12 PM.
It is one of the Wildcat clones. Rob's right, it used to be Colmanara, but now it's Ondonticidium Wildcat.
It was verrrrrry popular a few years ago and still is popular. That's an amazing bloom for the size of the plant.