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Phrag. cristiansenianum 'Do Gordo'

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Of that I have this is one of my favourites person or thing
 

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It's not listed as a valid species anywhere I could find...looks very similar to a longifolium to me, too.
 
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Dear Candice,

Phragmipedium christiansenianum GRUSS et ROETH 2001 was described 2001 in
Die Orchidee 52(1): 77; 2001

It was named for the owner of the typeplant Mr. Hans CHRISTIANSEN from Danmark
It is near related to Phrag. pearcei and a member of the section Himantoglossum. The plants were longer time cultivated as compact Phrag. longifolium.

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Olaf
 

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Ah, o.k. he had the spelling wrong and I couldn't find anything on it. Thanks Olaf.
 
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Dear Candice,

Phragmipedium christiansenianum GRUSS et ROETH 2001 was described 2001 in
Die Orchidee 52(1): 77; 2001

It was named for the owner of the typeplant Mr. Hans CHRISTIANSEN from Danmark
It is near related to Phrag. pearcei and a member of the section Himantoglossum. The plants were longer time cultivated as compact Phrag. longifolium.

Best greetings

Olaf
Who spoke that orquidofilia is not culture!:clap:
 

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Wow. someone beat me to it. Not a lot of info though. I think a lot of the long-petaled, green phrags are similar and distinct due to the collection location.
 

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