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This is a discussion on Help to Identify within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Happy New Year!! Can I get some help identifying this Phal ? Thank you!...

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Size:  165.9 KBHappy New Year!! Can I get some help identifying this Phal? Thank you!

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    That spotted throat is a beauty!

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    No clue as to identity and you will probably not find out unless someone has this with a tag. I do agree with Harvey love the spotted throat.

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    Thank you, gentlemen!

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    I agree completely.

    1. There are simply too many similar hybrids out there to make a reliable identification.
    2. Plants can show pretty wide variability in appearance, making that "water" more murky.
    3. Cultural differences can also change the appearance of blossoms, further "muddying that water".

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