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Paphio hybrid

This is a discussion on Paphio hybrid within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Thanks for the whole plant pictures. The leaves and plant form give me even more ...

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    Thanks for the whole plant pictures. The leaves and plant form give me even more doubt about the Maudiae ancestry. The leaves would probably have some trace of mottling, the flower petals are too broad, and the petal edges would probably be hairier. This is quite typical of primilunum x complex green breeding, and that type of cross is far more common as well. It is quite good, but I would consider it a NoID.

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    Yep, have to agree with Kirk. Very little sign of a Maudiae in the parentage by the leaves. A complex hybrid the other parent with the primulinum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaphMadMan View Post
    Thanks for the whole plant pictures. The leaves and plant form give me even more doubt about the Maudiae ancestry. The leaves would probably have some trace of mottling, the flower petals are too broad, and the petal edges would probably be hairier. This is quite typical of primilunum x complex green breeding, and that type of cross is far more common as well. It is quite good, but I would consider it a NoID.
    You are welcome I do agree with you put as a Noid for time being.

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    Kirk thank you for your great info and very experience in explaining some of the NOID paph based on the floral structure...super.

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    There has been a recent importation from Taiwan of similar yellow/green complex x primulinum hybrids available at some local nurseries. I think this is one of those..

    Zainal, what paph seedlings do you have? Can you PM me for source? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paphioboy View Post
    There has been a recent importation from Taiwan of similar yellow/green complex x primulinum hybrids available at some local nurseries. I think this is one of those..

    Zainal, what paph seedlings do you have? Can you PM me for source? Thanks.
    You are correct Li.
    I have seedlings of paph goodefroyae, P.niveum P. concolor alba P. sukhakulii and also callosum. Mostly warm to intermediate type which I expecting can bloom under my care.I will PM you.

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    The flower looks similar to Paph. Sunlit Meadow on the orchids.com website. The parentage is (Sheila Hanes x primulinum var. flavum). It is described as being warmth tolerant and multi-floral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoreenVDT View Post
    The flower looks similar to Paph. Sunlit Meadow on the orchids.com website. The parentage is (Sheila Hanes x primulinum var. flavum). It is described as being warmth tolerant and multi-floral.
    Thanks Doreen very close except the petals could be variation in their parents.

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