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Old 06-28-2020, 09:51 PM
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Agree with Keysguy. Possibly a Lc with Laelia anceps one or two generations back.
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Hi, my hope is that the plant is an old Laelianthe... But let's wait and see. The flat new growths look like Laelia anceps, but the large bifoliate adult growth reminds of a Guarianthe. I'll post photos if it blooms.
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I'll post photos if it blooms.


Not 'if it blooms'. It is 'when it blooms', or 'within 2 days after it blooms (when it has fully opened)'.
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As long as we're making wild guesses, one can get that unifoliate/bifoliate combination with L. anceps and C. intermedia... Lc. Interceps or something related. Well, we will see.
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