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Would you think these two are closely related?

This is a discussion on Would you think these two are closely related? within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; However, P. hieroglyphica is under Section Amboinenses, and P. sumatrana is in Section Zebrinae....

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    Default Would you think these two are closely related?

    However, P. hieroglyphica is under Section Amboinenses, and P. sumatrana is in Section Zebrinae.

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    I love those lightly spotted species! Gorgeous photos, Nelson! Tetraspis can also show similar spotting, but only some, and not so heavily. What section of Phals are they in?

    Julie

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    Nelson, your blooms always look so perfect! Are either of those fragrant?

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    Beautiful ! I love the species Phals . Gotta find the sumatrana Gin

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    What beauties.
    After slippers speceis Phals are definately my favorites.

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    Are phal species like these fussier and harder to grow than my hybrids? (I do have hieroglyphica and schilleriana, but they are fairly new and I can't tell yet.)
    Gosh these pics are inspiring! I wonder how many people will go out and buy them today? LOL.

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    Wonderful pictures, I am putting both on my "I want" list.
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