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    Default Gastrochilous some

    Bought the plant as Gastro. obliquus during international orchid show but turned up to be G. some anyway is a very nice species.
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    Beautiful color combination.


    Susan

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    What ever the name it is beautiful, love the colors

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    Wow! Love this! The flowers are no nice and your plant looks so healthy Zain!

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    I wonder if maybe it’s a hybrid or totally new species. It looks reasonably similar to somae, but the little spurs on the sides of the lip are unique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidlady View Post
    Beautiful color combination.


    Susan
    Thanks Susan that is the beauty of this species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    Wow! Love this! The flowers are no nice and your plant looks so healthy Zain!
    I'm going to attach over big tree to allow him acclimatized surrounding thanks Sheryl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybark View Post
    I wonder if maybe it’s a hybrid or totally new species. It looks reasonably similar to somae, but the little spurs on the sides of the lip are unique.
    I'm really not sure bought as Gas. obliquus but it doesn't match with that species I also didn't realized the spur there thanks for highlighting it, for your info the vendor was from Taiwan, thanks Raybark.

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