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NOID Onc. Anyone know ?

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    Flower a little under 2 inch across. Typical odontoglossum/oncidium plant. Probably will do a 20 or 30 flower branched spike when better grown. Its a rescue from a Society auction. Does look familiar, but I can't bring the name to mind. Anyone ?

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    Don't know the ID but love the flower Geoff!

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    Could be Colmanara Tropic Black

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuHa View Post
    Could be Colmanara Tropic Black
    This however, is not a name found in the Register.

    But I have found a second plant in my collection, labelled as Oncidiopsis Bartley Schwartz "Dark Lady". So thats what is going on a new label.

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