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SlipperKing

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It looks like a slight twist to the variety lyanne. To me anyways. It could be a new variety = camellkc!
 

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My first thought was also something close to lynniae.
 

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Thanks for the above views. I firstly thought it is a lynniae also but it is still a bit strange in terms of the coloration and petal shape.
 

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Perhaps really something new!? So you know where is it from exactly. You could ask the taxonoms for their opinion.
 

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fun addition to your collection... if you like different... i like it... :)


thanx for sharing
 

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check out side 5 in OrchidWiz 7.2 under Paph. Lowii. The spots look similar. The label on the photo says Tropical Exotique.
I agree that it is not a standard lowii. Could it be a tetraploid? It looks more robust than some other plants.
 

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check out side 5 in OrchidWiz 7.2 under Paph. Lowii. The spots look similar. The label on the photo says Tropical Exotique.
I agree that it is not a standard lowii. Could it be a tetraploid? It looks more robust than some other plants.
Actually it is not the first time to bloom before me. But I could not find any information on it before so that I would like to ask some professions here to see if I can get an answer. It has 3 old growths, 1 flowering growth and 1 new growth.
 

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Looks like a lynniae to me but a really good and colorful one.

Perhaps Olaf can confirm?
 
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