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gore42

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Yeah, I like the idea of spicerianum in there. The spots make me say haynaldianum, so..... spicerianum x haynaldianum :) No wait... charlesworthii because of that white staminode... no wait...

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gore42 said:
Yeah, I like the idea of spicerianum in there. The spots make me say haynaldianum, so..... spicerianum x haynaldianum :) No wait... charlesworthii because of that white staminode... no wait...

Matt
I swear, there's GOTTA be tigrinum in there.
 
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bench72

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haynaldianum (cos of all the spots all over the place)

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charlesworthii (top of dorsal shape and the pouch...)
 

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My first thought was tigrinum by insigne but it could also be gratrixianum.

Looking forward to reading what it is.

Cheers
Stephan
 
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Oh....I missed this one....Finally it is my turn to guess....

My first impression was that one of the parents was definately haynaldianum. The other parent is in the insigne, exul, gratixianum group.....I will go for insigne.

So is it haynaldianum x insigne?

Robert
 
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Although.....looking at the pictures again, the dorsal and the petals look more like Paph. gratrixianum, so I am changing it to:

Paph. haynaldianum x gratrixianum.

Robert
 

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I would guess charlesworthii x haynaldianum. The staminode appears to be charlesworthii along with the influence of color in the petals and dorsal sepal.
Haynaldianum or something closely related is probably the other parent.
 
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gore42

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My first impression was haynaldianum x gratrixianum, but then I noticed that purple stripe up the center of the dorsal, which makes me think spicerianum. I guess I'm bound to my first guess, though :) Interested to see what this one turns out to be!

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