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Its a NOID today, but...

This is a discussion on Its a NOID today, but... within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It is a plant I have flowered several times in the past, and although the ...

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    Default Its a NOID today, but...

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    It is a plant I have flowered several times in the past, and although the label has gone walk about, I shall remember it one of these days - especially if some kind soul gives me a nudge, like I think its so and so...
    Obviously an Oncidium - haha - this is where the Kew gymnastics with names does come in to be helpful ! Otherwise I should have to say, maybe its an Odontcidium, or could it be a Colmanara, and so on...

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    looks like a Colmanara Wildcat Geoff

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    It does look a lot like some clones of (Colmanara/Odontocidium/Oncostele) Wildcat. But I think it might be Ever-Lasting (Wildcat x tigrinum). I'm sure there are some other Wildcat offspring and cousins that are very similar. Like a little extra sunshine in the cloudy days of March.

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    I agree with Ron & Kirk -- definitely appears to be a Wildcat.

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    It looks like one of the varieties of Odcdm Wildcat.

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