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Default Odontocidium Wildcat 'Bobcat'

New acquisition from Paramount Orchids. Will be moving this one to S/H when the time is right.
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Very nice Dave. I love the rich colour and that yellow picotee is cute.
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So I read somewhere that these Colmanara orchids were to now be considered Odontocidium....can anybody enlighten?
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Oh shoot! First I wanted to say how gorgeous your Bobcat is !!!!!!
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Yep, that's now Odontocidium Wildcat 'Bobcat', because a couple of miltonias were reclassified as oncidiums, reducing the hybrid background from three genera (oncidium, ododontoglossum, and miltonia) to two.

The two species formerly treated as miltonia are Milt. schroederiana (Onc. schroederianum) and Milt. warscewiczii (Onc. fuscatum), but I don't recall which is in Wildcat's background.
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My Wildcat 'Bobcat' also came from Paramount and is currently flowering.
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Very nice Todd.

Mine is done flowering and starting to push out a new growth. I am not psychic, but I see some Prime-Agra and S/H culture in it's future!
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These Bobcats are nice. Great little blooms they got. Congrats guys!
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Todd, I have two of these both in bloom at this time and they are very similar to Dave's, with the lip very nearly the same color as the rest of the bloom and very little white fringe on the bottom of lip. The lip on yours is lighter and has a nice big white fringe on the bottom. The first has been in bloom for a month or more and the second is just opening.

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Hmmm, funny that mine has such a wide white margin on the lip considering its all suppose to be the same clone thus should look identical! Mine even has more than Dave's and we both bought the orchid from the same vendor.

That hybrid must naturally flower in late fall-early winter.
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