When orchids are collect from the wild generally the normal colored forms are found. Then, an alba ( for the want of a better term ) is found. For example, Paph lawrenceanum fma Hyeanum which is green & white apart from the normal red lawrenceanum. While the original plant collected retains that name, SHOULD it apply to plants raised from a "selfing" of that plant. The reason I ask is that through conversations over the years, most of the responses I have received suggest that, regardless of the plant being a species or not, once you self it, the possibility of the influence of other genes within the plant could & will, influence the outcome. For this example, the resultant plants will be green as per the parent BUT variations in color, shape and markings will be observed even though they may be minute. Thus, being 'different' to the original, should they carry the varietal/forma name of the original??? This would also apply to colored forms.