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Old 01-26-2020, 05:06 PM
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I think a Cyrtochilum . (closely related to Oncidium
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I think this is actually Oncidium anthocrene or a similar species or hybrid. IOSPE PHOTOS
Although it is similar to a lot of Cyrtochilum the lip is much more like that of an Oncidium. note that it is fairly thin and has distinct lobes whereas most Cyrtochilums have a thick lip that has more indistinct lobes and is usually curled back (hence the name).
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I think this is actually Oncidium anthocrene or a similar species or hybrid. IOSPE PHOTOS
Although it is similar to a lot of Cyrtochilum the lip is much more like that of an Oncidium. note that it is fairly thin and has distinct lobes whereas most Cyrtochilums have a thick lip that has more indistinct lobes and is usually curled back (hence the name).
IOSPE does give Cyrtochilum anthocrene as a synonym. So I suspect that the line between the genera is fuzzy (like a lot of the "splits" that are now "lumped)
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I think this is actually Oncidium anthocrene or a similar species or hybrid. IOSPE PHOTOS
Although it is similar to a lot of Cyrtochilum the lip is much more like that of an Oncidium. note that it is fairly thin and has distinct lobes whereas most Cyrtochilums have a thick lip that has more indistinct lobes and is usually curled back (hence the name).
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