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This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis Cornu cervi black within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is indeed a beauty... for those in the USA, i'm sure I've seen this ...
This is indeed a beauty...
for those in the USA, i'm sure I've seen this colour form somewhere else already, I thought it might have been ron's... guess it is someone else.
aaah, of course, thank you for jogging my mind Zain...
How lucky for you both to have such beautiful colour forms of this species!
Do you know if these breed true, ie if the plant is selfed or crossed with another 'chattalade' will it breed these dark clones? I hope you or others with these clones are trying to increase the numbes of these plants... and the rest of us may one day be able to also include it in our collection...
of course, until then, we'd love to keep seeing the blooms on your plants.
That is gorgeous! I know I need one.
Very special Love the green tips on the flowers. I never new they could get that dark.
Last edited by pavel; February 25th, 2009 at 01:16 PM.
wow so waxy as if it is a waxy paint. i hope i could find a cornu-cervi here in the Philippines. the specie vendor i know from here mentioned that we do have this specie but very rare.