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Oncidium NoID

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...

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    Good Growing BRAVO !!!!!
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    Thanks Everyone!

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    Reminds me of monarch butterflies resting on trees!... Very lovely and bold!...

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    nice bloom spike!! I love how its so heavy with blooms that it practically falls over on itself

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    This plant is really lovely......it's blooms takes my breath away

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    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).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    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).
    Wildcat is now properly classified as Odontocidium--the Miltonia ancestor was moved to Oncidium so both parents of Wildcat are now Odontocidium, therefore Wildcat is also. It's ironic that the best known "Colmanara" is no longer a Colmanara! LOL

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    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 10:12 PM.

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    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.

    Mike

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