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Barbara

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We got this one back in October when the spike was emerging and it has been in flower for several weeks. Wish my photography could do it justice, here is a couple pictures anyway.:D

Odcdm. Wildcat 'Lorene'AM/AOS (Rustic Bridge x Crowborough)
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I am amazed how variable this cross has been. At one time I had 4 or 5 different clones. BTW it is Colmanara Wildcat 'Lorene' AM/AOS not Odcdm

Edit: my error Oncidium cariniferum replaces synonym Odontoglossum cariniferum. Which makes Colmanara Wildcat now Odontocidium Wildcat. I forgot. I hate all these changes!!!!
 
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I know what you mean. So very confusing. I have a mature Colmanara Wildcat 'Yellow Cat' which looks very similar to this one, why it's called yellow cat is strange. I will post a picture of it when it flowers again. I do have pictures of it from last spring, but they aren't so good since the digital camera was still a mystery to me.
 

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well we both can change our Colmanara tags to Odcdm :rollhappy: The one you have has a white lip with yellow at the ends of the sepals and petals. Many of these clones had Cat names (Bobcat, Ocelot, jaguar...ect)
Here is a pic of a few of mine. they are all the same cross as yours.
'Chadwick'

'Bobcat'

'Petite Sarah'

'Doris'
 
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Barbara

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Oh yes, my big one looks almost identical to your first one 'Chadwick'. Does it get around a 3 foot spike on it?
 
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A NoID I got for a couple of dollars at Lowes last summer. Any ideas what it may be?
 

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Ron-NY said:
I am amazed how variable this cross has been. At one time I had 4 or 5 different clones. BTW it is Colmanara Wildcat 'Lorene' AM/AOS not Odcdm

Edit: my error Oncidium cariniferum replaces synonym Odontoglossum cariniferum. Which makes Colmanara Wildcat now Odontocidium Wildcat. I forgot. I hate all these changes!!!!
I know what you mean. I went to show mine last spring and couldn't find Colmanara in the books anymore. Thought I was going crazy:evil:
 
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I have "wildcat" and another that's just identified by a number....both are totally different. The number is in spike now, growing like crazy....ends up about 3' tall, branching, with mostly yellow flowers. "Wildcat" blooms later, in the spring, with a much shorter, less floriferous spike, with very dark flowers...got both for about $5 each out of bloom in Chinatown.....Take care, and Happy New Year! Eric
 

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