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This is a discussion on Phal. equestris (yellow orange peloric) within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This equestris has an unusual yellow orange color in a peloric form....
This equestris has an unusual yellow orange color in a peloric form.
Wow that is gorgeous what a interesting color and shape to this, I wouldn't have guessed it to be a phal when I first saw it. Very nice growing.
Okay, I have to say that this is far and away the most BEAUTIFUL Equestris I have ever seen. I have one Equestris...it's a Coerulea that I plan on using for breeding, but I only bought it for the purpose of crossing it with another one of my other phals to encourage more branching in the progeny. I don't find the straight Equestris to have that appealing of a form usually.
Yours has changed my mind.... I think I might need to get one of those...it's A-MA-ZING. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! The color combination is stunning, too. Is there a grex name for this particular plant? Must...get....one...... *drool*
I've seen a couple of peloric Equestris types online...one I debated getting was called the "Struber." I liked it better than the regular Equestris, but not enough to run out and buy one.
If you have a grex name for this, PLEASE SHARE!! Me likey!!
What a great find!!!
Cool, from the Philippines?
Btw, try to upload larger pictures, pls.
Lovely phal equestris!
Gorgeous Phal species. Exceptional plant.
That is really cool...I love it!