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Lovely NoID

This is a discussion on Lovely NoID within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Just love the pure white with golden yellow....

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    Just love the pure white with golden yellow.
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    I have one of these. I think I may have found the ID yesterday, Phal. Fifi Katja?

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    Hmmmm.... very similar! The lighting makes a difference, the photo you posted shows more of a pink cast on the lip, but otherwise very similar. Thanks

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    I had thought the same but the lip seems to darken as the bloom ages.

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    Lovely! So clean and crisp and the lip is a good contrast.

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    lip looks almost orange. very striking.

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    I like the pristine contrast , very pretty Gin

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