I have a small collection of P. superbiens of different origin, but have a feeling that most of them are wild-collected. I do not know for scertain though. Several of them have come into my custody under fake names, and some as superbiens. The first one was supposed to be a sangii, but turned out to be the "original superbiens" here it is, this year blooming(now) together With a "normal"(right) superbiens (last year) The leaves of these two are quite similar(the "normal" in front so , seems to have a bit narrower leaves but except for that no difference. Then there was this mysterious plant that also came as a sangii but from another source I had an enquiry in another thread http://www.slippertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=39785 and among the suggestions were Erics superbiens var. curtisii. Now it flowers; here are the leaves once again Now they seems to have greened up and is it var. curtisii we have in front of us? I think it was Leo that stated inb another thread that leaves were not a conservative trait when identifying paphs, and this should be one example that they may change over time. Ok, superbiens , curtisii and the "original" superbiens, and then another one excuse the bad photo; It is not easily seen from the photo but the petals are not as reflexed as expected for a superbiens and the coloration is more green, similar to the "original" one as it was depicted in the early paintings. more about that in this thread: http://www.slippertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13058 The leaves are normal superbiens. The petals do reflex, but then they are green... could this be anb Intermediate variety, or are they all one variety? What are Your comments guys?