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Old 11-21-2021, 05:50 PM
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ANyone have an idea as to the variety of this? I know that's rather nebulous, but i am just looking for some varieties to google and see if i come up with something close. Thanks!
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It is probably an intergeneric hybrid in the Oncidium alliance involving genus Ada, from which it gets the large bracts around the flowers and the bright yellow/orange coloration. I'm not familiar with species in genus Ada, so it might be a species rather than a hybrid. Where did you get it?

Odontoglossum was formerly a genus in the Oncidium alliance, but botanists have decided Odontoglossum should be included in Oncidium.
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I agree that it is a hybrid, Ada (Brassia) aurantiaca is likely in its ancestry.
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Yes, those long, dark green leaves look like a Odont. / Brassia
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ok thanks. kinda what i thought but i had hoped for a variety name so maybe i would recognize one. I forget where i got it (FL likely) but my daughter was watching them and the tag disappeared.
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ok thanks. kinda what i thought but i had hoped for a variety name so maybe i would recognize one. I forget where i got it (FL likely) but my daughter was watching them and the tag disappeared.
Look up Brassada orange delight

Usual caveat, once a noid always a noid etc.
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