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Old 12-16-2021, 05:28 AM
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Could you please help us identify this Cymbidium? They are so far out of my knowledge...

Mother-in-law's guess is a tracyanum, mine's an erythraeum (or more likely a primary hybrid of either of that).

What do you think?

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Old 12-16-2021, 11:34 AM
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not pure traceyanum... erythraeum would be good guess... some combination also possible. I am not all that familiar with the species, but looking at photos, lip markings do look a lot like erythraeum. A primary hybrid is also possible, so wouldn't take the ID to the bank but certainly in the right direction.
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Plain Cym. erythraeum would be my guess. Will be amazing with all spikes flowering!
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Definitely NOT a tracyanum.. I agree with pure erythraeum or a hybrid of it.
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