Wow, If you were sold plants with wrong identities, what hope there is if any for the average orchid collectors like us!!!Bob Wellenstein said:It's a bit dangerous to work from photos of one angle, but it certainly does appear to have some Paph. wilhelminiae influence. Unfortunately, unless you have plants that go back pre CITES or have bred your own, its going to be tough to know if you have the real thing (of either species) or a hybrid. We are fortunate to have examples of both that have been in our possession for more than 25 years, and progeny generated from them. However, always looking for a wider genetic base, we have purchased some plants since. A few years ago "glanduliferums" were offered by a prominent breeder and we bought 20 or 30 of the plants, and they flowered clearly as a cross with wilhelminiae. After a while the same outfit offered "gardneri" for sale, and when they flowered out they appeared to be the same exact cross as was sold as glanduliferum. There is way too much of this crap going on by accident, and a lot not necessarily by accident. My 2 bits worth for the month.