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Aerangis hyaloides

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by pontupo, Mar 13, 2015.

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  1. pontupo

    pontupo Member

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    I've had this little guy since last summer and he's done quite well in my conditions. This is a first blooming.

    I've noted the discussion on the forum around flowers not opening all the way and mine seems to have landed somewhere in the middle of the spectrum. Many of the flowers were positioned too closely together on the inflorescence and couldn't open fully while the ones on the end did all right, so perhaps different culture during the development of the inflorescence would result in better spacing.

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  2. sam1147

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    Aerangis hyaloides this is surly NOT:)
     
  3. pontupo

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    Hmmm, any ideas as to the correct ID?
     
  4. gg68

    gg68 Angraecoid addict

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    It may be Aerangis Primulina, Aerangis citrata x Aerangis hyaloides!!;)
     
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    Need a better picture!!, but surely there are better expert then me here.
     
  6. pontupo

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    Thanks, gg68!

    I'll do some research... This came from H&R via Dan Newman at Hanging Gardens so I should hopefully be able to track down its ancestry.