paph. philippinense var. roebelenii

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dodidoki

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Great plant, first class, i think.🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
 

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Amazing! Nice tight twists and great flower count too!
 

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This might be the typo version of the compactum form that was describe for the alboviride version? Maybe Olaf will have an idea.
 

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Oh my, that's just my thing. Almost makes me want to get back into the hobby.
 

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The compact version is the Palawan variant which is known to be about half the size smaller than the regular philippinense :) By the way, beautiful blooms. This is variety is nearly impossible to obtain in Singapore. To be honest, most except the maudiaes are difficult to obtain in Singapore considering how ironic it is as slipper orchid mainly come from asia.
 

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Very nice twisting and pouch color! Does it say what the clonal parentage is?
 

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Looks very healthy too. What is the longest Leafspan?
 

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What a tiny plant with lovely flowers 👌 .......but in fact I can't imagine it to be a Paph. philippinense var. roebellenii how we know it. I also would think of var./f. palawense.
 

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