Paph. rothschildianum (‘New Horizon’ FCC/AOS x ‘Raptor’ GM/JOGA)

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Apologies for all the pics, I touched “full image” and it posted them but didn’t show up on my phone, so I touched full image again and apparently again. Admins. please delete pics!
 

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I had that happen before. The only thing I can figure out was to delete all and start over with the pics
 

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Now that I posted a reply you may not be able to edit. The 3 dots at the bottom of your original post, touch it to edit
 

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They look good. It would be nice to have a front on shot of one of the flowers. It is hard to judge from the angled flowers.
Emydura...this was all goofed up! Pushed too many buttons and then edited, I’m starting over, tomorrow!
 

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They look as though they are strongly influenced by ‘New Horizon’
 

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Nice blooming with 4 flowers.

The dorsal/pouch angle seems narrow. This makes the flower look closed. Perhaps it’s still young.
 

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Looks great! I'm glad I bought one of these last year, but there is still a long way to go...
 

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Four flowers on a single-growth first bloomer is great! Nice to see these starting to bloom out. Good size and great looking dorsal as well, hopefully, it opens up a little more on the next flowering. What’s the other cross?
 

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Four flowers on a single-growth first bloomer is great! Nice to see these starting to bloom out. Good size and great looking dorsal as well, hopefully, it opens up a little more on the next flowering. What’s the other cross?
Black Diamond x Atticus
I was waiting for the 4th flower to open a bit before posting.
 
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