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Old 01-03-2020, 06:23 PM
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Probably a hybrid, impossible to ID closer than that. I'm not that knowledgeable about Paphs, but I suspect that something in the Paph insigne group (like insigne or villosum) is in its ancestry, but very likely some others as well.
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Probably a hybrid, impossible to ID closer than that. I'm not that knowledgeable about Paphs, but I suspect that something in the Paph insigne group (like insigne or villosum) is in its ancestry, but very likely some others as well.
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It looks somewhat like Paph. Lathamianum (= villosum x spicerianum), but not quite.

It might a cross with Lathamianum as a parent.
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[QUOTE=Fairorchids;908408]It looks somewhat like Paph. Lathamianum (= villosum x spicerianum), but not quite.

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