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wide-skirted dancing lady

This is a discussion on wide-skirted dancing lady within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Bought as a tiny two-leafed seedling in October 2002....

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    Default wide-skirted dancing lady

    Bought as a tiny two-leafed seedling in October 2002.


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    It reminds me of Anna in the King and I!

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    Beautiful !!! They are one of my favorites, lots of bang for your buck !!!!
    Mine is just starting to pop, I can't wait...
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    As always, beautifully captured!

    What's the grex?

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    Beautiful!!

    Cheers!
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    Default Thank you, guys.

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    As always, beautifully captured!

    What's the grex?
    I am very sorry. It is a noid, supposedly came in from Bangkok. However, if you have any suggestion, please I am very eager to know.

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    would be quite difficult to get specifics but the three main ones are Onc Gower Ramsey or Onc Sweet Sugar and Onc Aloha Iwanaga.

    You sure capture the beauty of these orchids well!

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    Although it is very difficult to say which one of the three Tim mentions above is your plants true ID, by process of elimination we can remove Aloha Iwanaga because of her really dark markings leaving only Grower Ramsey or Sweet Sugar. I am going to guess Sweet Sugar, because of the size of the blooms, but like all oncidiums, each bloom cycle can produce different size blooms. But since it is a 50/50 shot, my best guess is Onc. Sweet Sugar.

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    Default Sweet Sugar

    I agree with BD, here is a picture of mine that just opened.
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    I will try the picture again.
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