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i think it is a Mokara?

i found this....This orchid is the result of crosses among three genera (Arachnis x Ascocentrum x Vanda). The “X” in front of the genus name indicates that it is a cross between two genera. It is unknown if the genus name Mokara is botanically correct
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i think it is a Mokara?

i found this....This orchid is the result of crosses among three genera (Arachnis x Ascocentrum x Vanda). The “X” in front of the genus name indicates that it is a cross between two genera. It is unknown if the genus name Mokara is botanically correct
Very possible... with hybrids, too many look similar for a definite ID.
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Mokara is at best, a group, lol. Any time I find myself on a Thai or Indonesian website I realize they have a VERY different relationship to these plants and I take it as general cultural notes. The ghost orchids taught me that hahaha. So many mislabeled or just not ghost orchids. You get what you pay for, as they say.
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1- den samurai

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2

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3 den lorrie mortimer

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4- cym chens ruby

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5 daytime bulbos

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6 fred clarke ctsm 8094


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7 Epi oerstedii

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8 blc lime cooler

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9

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10 C summer spot x nodosa

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11 choice one from motes0 the tag is hard to get to, sorry

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Wow, Cym. Chen's Ruby sure likes Florida... I won't see flowers until August or September!
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Wow, Cym. Chen's Ruby sure likes Florida... I won't see flowers until August or September!
i was wrong- this is cym Yai x Donovan....it just looked like chen's and i assumed
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Old 06-16-2023, 10:58 AM
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the other post about L tenebrosa made me want to put up this teaser pic


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should be all open and magical today




and since you are here, enjoy this

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who can see all three Coopers hawks?

and yes, the middle one has a dead bird and is going to toss it down to make the younger ones practice their skills. the most morbid and adorable lesson lol

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lemons anyone?

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Old 06-16-2023, 11:09 AM
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The orchids love the heat! That hawk photo is outstanding. And I did find all 3.
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I love that Antelope Den.
I saw one at Orchid in the Park down in San Diego couple months ago and immediately bought one.
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sorry for the delay, been caught up with stupid work lol

thanks for looking


1) cym golden elf- a really nice plant- just cruises along and mikes pretty flowers

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2) renanthera kalsom 'red dragon'- i grow her right next to a massive arachnis in FULL sun....beast

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3) Bc. Taylor leigh

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4) sky


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5) roots in front of my painted eucalyptus

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6) Neofinatia

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7)l tenebrosa

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8)

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9) for WW

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10) schomburgkia thomsoniana

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11)

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12) den rambo

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13)brass grandiflora

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14)

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15) Blc. lime cooler

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