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Old 01-26-2018, 12:48 PM
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I figured this would be useful here. I've been keeping an up to date google spreadsheet of all of the Neo varieties registered by the Japan Neo association and the Korea Neo association, along with basic information about each variety.

Use the tabs at the bottom to choose either the Japan list or the Korea list.

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Hakumin, I’m not sure how I missed this post but it is very interesting and I thank you for all of your work!

I’m off to go look further into your spreadsheet....WOW!
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Thanks Hakumin. I will be able to search for bean leaf types with this.
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What an impressive list, thanks for sharing! It will be very useful next time I get into a Neo shopping frenzy. Hope you don't mind that I've saved a copy to my google drive.
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Hope you don't mind that I've saved a copy to my google drive.
I don't mind, but I think you'll have to go to my original link to see any updates. I add to the list up to a few times a year as new varieties get registered.
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I don't mind, but I think you'll have to go to my original link to see any updates. I add to the list up to a few times a year as new varieties get registered.
That's what I was thinking, but at least I have a version if I either delete the bookmark, you move the file thus killing the link, or, God forbid, OB disappears.
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I have several Neos that are not listed here, I’m confused. I am pretty sure there is a simple explanation, I was a bit surprised that there are only 222 listed. What am I missing here?
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I have several Neos that are not listed here, I’m confused. I am pretty sure there is a simple explanation, I was a bit surprised that there are only 222 listed. What am I missing here?

This list is strictly only varieties registered by the Japan Neofinetia Association and the Korea Neofinetia Association.

There are many many more total named varieties, but only the 307 that appear in this spreadsheet are currently registered.

Registration by the Japan Neofinetia Association implies that the variety is pure Neofinetia falcata and that it has qualities that are unique and special enough to warrant recognition.

Registration by the Korea Neofinetia Association implies the same, but goes further in that it indicates that the variety was discovered, bred or selected in Korea.

Beyond the varieties in this list, there are over 2000 other named varieties that have not been registered. Registration is a very strict and selective process and there are many reasons for why any specific variety might not be registered. It does not necessarily mean that the unregistered varieties are in any way inferior to the registered ones though.

The registered varieties have official descriptions of its characteristics and an official name. Unregistered varieties retain their name and the associated characteristics through common use and understanding between vendors and growers.

Clones awarded and recorded by the RHS or AOS are omitted from this list because the point of registration in Japan and Korea is completely different from the systems used in the western orchid world.

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Your explanation, once again makes it much easier to understand. I actually did not realize that there are so many unregistered Neos. While looking at the spreadsheet and noticing Fugaku missing, a Neo that seems very common and one that I would have assumed a registered variety, I then began noticing many named plants omitted.

The old thread “Antique Fuukiran Varieties” from 2011 that you had listed many plants, is interesting as well. Apparently I simply had no idea. You are a wealth of information, I appreciate all of your posts. Thank you for this post, things are a bit clearer now!
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I would have thought that Kuro Shinju would be on this list. I thought that it is a old neo and can only come from division, or did I miss it on the list.
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