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Old 04-27-2009, 08:41 AM
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Doesnt Fukurin mean variegated? And Fukiran is a ranked Neofinetia?

Or I might be wrong.
Your probably right and I am just getting the two confused...lol.
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Old 04-27-2009, 01:06 PM
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I just checked the article by Jason Fischer. Yup, you are right. "Fukurin" means "marginal variegation". I was confused with Fuukiran. Fuukiran"--translated as "Orchid of the Rich and Noble", is a Fuuran that has been recognized by a panel of judge for its distinct and unique characteristics.
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I don't speak Japanese, but have found citations that Fukiran means "rich and noble orchid." Neos are also commonly called Furan in Japanese, which means "wind orchid."
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How about Kotoufukurin? Or is it pretty much the same as Gojyo Fukurin?

I also found a nice picture classification of variegated Fukurin except it's in Japanese.
http://fuukiran.seesaa.net/category/1109040-1.html

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thanks for this list! Very nice idea
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I bought a higashidemiyako in Massachusetts that had a Japanese tag on it, from the Lyman estate greenhouse in Waltham, then moved to south Florida over the winter. The neo (just 1 fan with a resting keiki) switched the variegation as the keiki grew out of the fan, and a second keiki with the same character has recently formed. since it is at the node where a flower would have come out, and it is using energy to get the two new fans going, I am not expecting it to flower until at least next year, but I heard this happens when it gets more light and is an unstable variant up until the fourth leaf, if it keeps the change past that, there is more of a chance it will stay that way.

I was wondering what it's called when a plant does this, besides a chimera, since the genetic material off the parent plant has potentially changed?
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I bought a higashidemiyako in Massachusetts that had a Japanese tag on it, from the Lyman estate greenhouse in Waltham, then moved to south Florida over the winter. The neo (just 1 fan with a resting keiki) switched the variegation as the keiki grew out of the fan, and a second keiki with the same character has recently formed. since it is at the node where a flower would have come out, and it is using energy to get the two new fans going, I am not expecting it to flower until at least next year, but I heard this happens when it gets more light and is an unstable variant up until the fourth leaf, if it keeps the change past that, there is more of a chance it will stay that way.

I was wondering what it's called when a plant does this, besides a chimera, since the genetic material off the parent plant has potentially changed?
Neos don't keiki, but rather, grow multiple fans/growths. It happens in the same way the plant spikes. As for the variegation changing, its a mutation. I'd post some photos to get further clarification however. A single fan can spike but it depends on the individual plant.
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Ok here is a photo. I thought the word keiki referred to when a plant cloned itself by reproducing asexually through an offshoot at a node.
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I think I can see what you were talking about...with the variegation changing. It could be mutating. Keep an eye on it and take more pictures once it starts to grow out. And yes, you are correct about the keiki terminology, but with Neos, it isn't the case. When they grow more fans, its like a Cattleya developing new pseudobulbs.
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