- Jan 18, 2011
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It is wild plant ValenzinoDifficult to say...its a wild plant?
The flower itself seems leucochilum,but maybe can be x niveum.
The fact that there is not a single spot on the lip(from what can be seen in the picture),says that no bellatulum is involved in the genetic.
My guess is leucohilum x niveum.
some island between Phuket and Krabi
leuco has both stripes and dotsSo definitely in the range of both leuco and niveum I think.
Did your friend say that all the other bloomers on this island look the same or more like normal leuco? (If they were in bloom at time, or if others collected from this site bloom like this one.
Is there a reason why this cannot be a uniquely colored/patterned variety of leuco and no hybrid at all? In Birks book he shows a leuco tending to stripes.