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    This orchid needs ID (pics)

    Hey guys, It's been a while since I've posted here (i was made a mod on another site) but I am still growing things just as much as always.

    Alright I bought this orchid last year and it's finally blooming for me. I'll post pics as it opened, let me know what you think it is.






    Thanks for any help, later
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    Nice to see you here again!

    Great looking flower; good luck with the ID.
    -Joel from Southern California


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    It's a Miltonidium hybrid of some sort. Miltonia x Oncidium.

    Similar to this pic:

    http://www.oneorchid.com/Orchids/mil...m-Pupukea2.jpg

    Peter.
    Please check my website for photos:
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    ^Ah, thanks dude. You rock =)
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    There are many multigeneric hybrids that include those and/or similar genera. The problem is that the original species can range from cold-growing to hot-growing. The resulting hybrids tend to be more forgiving, but a plant dominated by cold-growing parentage won't be happy in heat. That said, whatever you're doing is working. Good job; I never did well with those.
    Bruce in CT

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