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Phalaenopsis pantherina

This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis pantherina within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very nice! I recently obtained a Phal pantherina too although it hasnt bloomed yet so ...

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    Very nice! I recently obtained a Phal pantherina too although it hasnt bloomed yet so I dont know if it really is a pantherina. Funny story..got it free as well..quite a big plant..my friend who owns a nursery told me to take it when I enquired what it was as it was thrown into a box at the foot of the table (i think he didnt know what it was and also it had a pretty bad spider mite infestation), so i picked it up and thought Id try my luck at ridding it off the infestation and hopefuly getting it to bloom. I noticed a tag on the back and read it out..thats when my nursery owner friend stopped in his tracks and asked me to read it out again..so I did and he turned a little green and told me grudgingly that it was still free as he had already told me so but that I had got a real bargain..hehehe..anyway, Ive sprayed it twice with miticide, put it in quarantine on my garden fence far away from my other plants and am keeping it under observation..lets hope it really is a pantherina!

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    Awww so beautiful just love the boom pattern....and very pretty to

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Very pretty. I think it is a cornu-cervi, though.
    Me too.
    Could we see the lip from the top ?
    Nice flower.

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    My bet is on Phalaenopsis borneensis, however, apparently this is a synonym of cornu-cervi (pantherina too). Its a beautiful flower anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose R. Nieves View Post
    My bet is on Phalaenopsis borneensis, however, apparently this is a synonym of cornu-cervi (pantherina too). Its a beautiful flower anyway! Jose
    I agree with you Jose, it could be a borneensis. For Kew, CC, borneensis, lamelligera and pantherina are the same species. For the last one, this is surprising since flower shape and lip are really different from the type.

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