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Noid oncidium blooming

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    Default Noid oncidium blooming

    Not as many flowers as usual on this one, but it spiked shortly after repotting it, so I'm not complaining. LOL
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    Very nice solid colour. Looks like a variety of Odcm Wildcat.

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    I agree, looks like wildcat. Beautiful. We have a few varieties of this orchid, but not the one you have. Colmanara Orchid List

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    Very nice. It's odd how some plants sulk after repotting and others begin growing like weeds. I like how dark your flower is and then the bright yellow edging...nice!

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    might be wildcat 'bobcat' ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coeruleo View Post
    might be wildcat 'bobcat' ?
    Sure looks like it Coeruleo. It is very dramatic with the yellow halo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    I agree, looks like wildcat. Beautiful. We have a few varieties of this orchid, but not the one you have. Colmanara Orchid List

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    Are these four the ones that you have? I like that second one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coeruleo View Post
    might be wildcat 'bobcat' ?
    I googled wildcat bobcat, and it does look very similar to some of the photos, and different than others, but still close. I guess I'll label it as that, and if someone thinks different, then they can correct me in the future. Thanks!

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    that wildcat 'blood ruby' looks nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coeruleo View Post
    that wildcat 'blood ruby' looks nice!
    So which do you think it is? Bobcat or Blood ruby?

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