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This is a discussion on Species Phal from the Philippines (No ID) within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi. This is my first post under this forum . This is my only phal ...
Hi. This is my first post under this forum. This is my only phal. It's been around forever. White flowers are borne on long slender spikes that sway at the slightest breeze.
Very nice blooms. Hope someone can ID this.
P. amabilis perhaps? although the blooms of this i have seen are more full, there is surely variation from plant to plant. Or maybe a varient of P. sanderiana
Beautiful bloom. Would love see photos of the leaves and roots on a mature established phal.
Thanks for sharing! How about Phalaenopsis intermedia?
My first guess with the white color and lip markings/ "snake tongue" as i call it... was a Phal. aphrodite..but the stance is much different..yet the flat spade shape of the lip and the stance from the front and side looks like Phal. equestris...not to mention the slight pink blush on the petals..You said it was a species right? Could this be a natural hybrid perhaps? or if not natural, then man made hybrid? idk...what do the leaves look like?...my guess is (Phal. aphrodite X Phal. equestris)...
haha ooops....i just looked up Phal. intermedia and its Phal.(aphrodite x equestris) San is right....lol what a guess on my part....should have looked that up first before my reply...:P
Lovely flowers - I'm sure they're beautiful to look at at your home.