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well it looks like everyone gaveup this is as close to what it will look like to show you untill it opens
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Promenaea....of course! Bifrenaria is close isn't it?
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sure you win then when i get tired of this one i will send it to you
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Dennis just likes to strain our brains!
Can you wait until after the weekend ..
I like to rest on Saturday and Sunday!

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Todd,
In fact Promenaea belongs to Tribe Maxillarieae, Subtribe Zygopetalinae, and Bifrenaria to Tribe Maxillarieae, Subtribe Maxillariinae, ie, they are related but not so close
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Say that 3 times fast!

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OK, folks, when my weirdo opens (2 spikes for a total of 9 flowers) opens I'll post a contest and the winner gets to water my orchids while I'm gone on vacation!
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OK, folks, when my weirdo opens (2 spikes for a total of 9 flowers) opens I'll post a contest and the winner gets to water my orchids while I'm gone on vacation!
...only if the plants have a one way ticket here...

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...only if the plants have a one way ticket here...

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Ha!
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Prominae xanthina??
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