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Old 02-10-2020, 03:37 PM
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I lost the tag to this plant. I know it was a micro chip back crossed with a parent. I feel that is was aberrans since the spotting seems to be less than a micro chip. Also, if it was atro, I think there would be more purple inside the lip.

What are your thoughts?
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If you're sure it's Micro Chip back-crossed to either aberrans or normanbyense (which looks similar to atroviolaceum), your plant definitely leans more toward aberrans, making it D. Nano Chip
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Thank you Ray.

I know it was a parent cross. I was pretty sure it was aberrans, but not positive.

On the normanbyense and atroviolaceum, are they not considered atroviolaceum now? Would normanbyense be a variety?
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On the normanbyense and atroviolaceum, are they not considered atroviolaceum now? Would normanbyense be a variety?
Both Orchid Wiz and IOSPE have it separately, with the latter saying “ Originally thought to be a small variety of D atroviolaceum, it has recently been elevated to species status.
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Okay. It's the other way around. So the Micro Chip was bred with the atro variety, which later became the normanbyense.
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It looks very much like Nano Chip. Soft spotting on the front, light spotting on the back, yellow labellum. I sell Nano Chip, Chocolate Chip and Micro Chip - I'm pretty confident it's Nano.
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