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Dancing Noid Onc

This is a discussion on Dancing Noid Onc within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I got a noid (as I mentioned in another thread) and here are some pictures. ...

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    Default Dancing Noid Onc

    I got a noid (as I mentioned in another thread) and here are some pictures. It is, of course, the traditional dancing lady type of oncidium, but being merely labeled "oncidium" doesn't do me any good. It's got to be either Onc. Sweet Sugar or Onc. Gower Ramsey (the only two dancing oncs I see around here). Widest part of lip: 1.5 in. Any ideas are welcome. Thanks!

    Pic is good now.



    A pic of the plant. Sorry it's blurry--had to resize, and each time I resize it gets more blurry. As you can see, many tiny buds aren't open yet.

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    I'm going with Gower Ramsey on this. The top part of the lip on Sweet Sugar is more ruffly than in your pics.

    Which clone of Gower Ramsey though--that may always have to remain a mystery!

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    Oh darn ! I have to agree with . It is pretty , looks like a lot of blooms are on the way Gin

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    Thanks for the ID . Plant looks a lot better than in the pics--pics look fine before uploading, and then after uploading, poof, all blurry.

    I was hoping for the S.S. because from what I've heard it's more popular than G.R., but oh well, enough yellow to brighten up my days!

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