Hybrid of Paph. rungsuriyanum - Paphiopedilum Fallersleben

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Interesting... the rung genes are stronger than henryanum, not an easy quest.
 

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My first comment to myself was
Interesting
Then I read Dr. Leslie’s comment…..
Interesting……
I do enjoy anything solid or with strips and purple so again
Interesting and I like it
 

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how interesting. I saw two of this hybrid in flower this week! (southern hemisphere) Both very clearly show the henry pouch shape and colour. I liked them both.
 

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Very interesting. Size seems to be more on the Paph. rungsu side ?
 

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will see, what the future brings.....new breeding lines ?

I am waiting for a flask of Laotian Beauty (micranthum x rung. )
 

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Does this remind anyone of a cochliopedilum (sequential) group flower? Interesting. The rung hybrids I've seen all seem to be rung dominant.
 

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Interesting to see that the rung parent completely wiped out the henry's spots and bright pink lip.

Does this remind anyone of a cochliopedilum (sequential) group flower? Interesting. The rung hybrids I've seen all seem to be rung dominant.
I can definitely see how you'd come up with that comparison. The flower does kinda give off a cochlo "vibe."
 

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Interesting to see that the rung parent completely wiped out the henry's spots and bright pink lip.
It is quite common in henryanum primary hybrids for the spots to be recessive. Many times they will re-emerge in the second generation, especially if the other parent has henryanum, also.



I can definitely see how you'd come up with that comparison. The flower does kinda give off a cochlo "vibe."
 

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no. these were plants bought to our Paph society meeting. The pouch is a nice clean pink. The petals more purplish than pink.
 

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Even if the colour is slightly oversaturated.......there will remain a very colourful flower. Lovely !
 

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Canhii hybrids have thus far disappointed me. The rung hybrids are showing a lot of promise.
 

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these are the two i saw recently. The colour in the photo is a bit over saturated

interesting, the two flowers look similar, while the leaves of the plants look different
 
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