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Onc. NOID

This is a discussion on Onc. NOID within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; An Isler would be my guess as well. My Linda Isler is a darker crimson ...

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    An Isler would be my guess as well. My Linda Isler is a darker crimson red, though. It's pretty, whatever her name is!

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    OK, guys, now you're messin with my head. I have a Bartley and the leaves on it look much thicker and broader than this one. This one has thin , narrow leaves, could be because the plant is young. No fragrance, her beauty is all she needs.

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    Hm, I don't think it is Nelly Isler - Nelly Isler should have yellow/orange spotting on the lip. That lip looks very pure white. I was thinking it might also be Vuyl. Cambria Plush or similar. Plus, Nelly Isler is definitely fragrant in the mornings.

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    Found one Vuly Linda Isler that is similar, but most have more red in the lip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ischel1 View Post
    Found one Vuly Linda Isler that is similar, but most have more red in the lip.
    There is actually one that is called Vuly Linda Isler 'Red'. I am 98% sure yours is Linda Isler. We sold these commercially for three years. I have both the plain Linda Isler like yours and the Linda Isler 'Red'.

    Here is a small photo of our Linda Isler 'Red' :

    Cheers,
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    That's a really small foto BD!!!!hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ischel1 View Post
    That's a really small foto BD!!!!hehehe
    Back in the summer I was working on cataloging our orchids. I did a partial inventory (one side of the greenhouse) before I ran out of time. I took bloom shots and made them all the same size and put them into html tables and created a website so that I could quickly find what orchids I have and how their names are spelled. So, I am sorry that the photo is so tiny, but I bet that I posted the whole plant on here somewhere or at least one of the photos like I normally take. When, (if) I ever get my orchid list site finished, I will share it here. Right now, it does not have many finished stories and only a few rows on one side of the greenhouse has been cataloged.

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    BD, what I meant is it's so small it's not on the post. Check it out. Or at least I can't find it. You're messin with me again right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ischel1 View Post
    BD, what I meant is it's so small it's not on the post. Check it out. Or at least I can't find it. You're messin with me again right?

    Heheheh... just making sure you were paying attention. heheh... Ok, now I remember. I put an htaccess file in the image holder to disallow theft of bandwidth on my orchid list site. I will get the image and attach it instead of linking it.

    Here it is for real this time: Name:  Linda Isler red.jpg
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    Cheers,
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    Thanks, thought I was losing it for sure. That's really pretty and except for more white in mine they are very much alike. Have already tagged it Vuly. Linda Isler. Thanks again

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