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Malala 2011

Discussion in 'Everything Else Orchid' started by mrbreeze, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    You are almost as good as Floozo now, Morabeza. You know the "rule" and know why I don't get excited easily.
     
  2. Uluwehi

    Uluwehi angraecoids, dendrobiums and more Supporting Member

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    Huh? :confused: :eek: What is this 'rule' you refer to?
     
  3. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    There goes the rest of my afternoon!

    THANK YOU FOR THE LIST!
     
  4. mrbreeze

    mrbreeze Anglican Supporting Member

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    Their list stays remarkably the same over the years. FYI, what they sold a few years ago as Aer fuscata is more like a very robust ellisii. Mine hasn't bloomed but it certainly isn't anything like what you might imagine fuscata to be like. Umbonata is, I think, what fuscata is supposed to be, so to speak.

    Anyone have any clue what Angraecum suarenses could possibly be??? :confused:

    Also I heard once that Aerangis francoisii (which doesn't exist) is a variation of fastuosa.

    I wish they had a true Ang teretifolium.
     
  5. Andrew

    Andrew Member

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    Maybe Angraecum suarezense = Angraecum curnowianum
     
  6. goods

    goods Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I think Andrew is right. Both IOPSE and angraecum.org list Ang. suarezense as a synonym of Ang. curnowianum.
     
  7. xmpraedicta

    xmpraedicta Prairie angraecoid nut Supporting Member

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    Yep, me too:rolleyes:
     
  8. mrbreeze

    mrbreeze Anglican Supporting Member

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    Yea, I figured that out right after I posted.
    What about Jumellea neglecta? I can't find any reference to it anywhere.
     
  9. goods

    goods Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    mrbreeze I just checked and theres an old post on the OrchidGuide Digest that says Jumellea neglecta is a synonym of Angraecum triquetrum
     
  10. gg68

    gg68 Angraecoid addict

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    I have two A.teretifolium from her and they were two in spike but the bud died on the first one...let's see how the second will grow...
     
  11. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand..... the list is out.
     
  12. xmpraedicta

    xmpraedicta Prairie angraecoid nut Supporting Member

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    List is basically identical to the one Gilles posted...and yet I still managed to spend another 2 hours going through it, googling images, and taking things off / adding things on to my list.

    General question - I think most of us try to push the plants through an extra growing season (since they should be just going dormant)...has anyone tried an extra long dormancy? In principle it sounds scary and horrible...but.?
     
  13. mrbreeze

    mrbreeze Anglican Supporting Member

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    In a roundabout way I kind of tried that.

    What I mean is, back in the day when I got the first two Malala orders through Bert Pressman, I had a much less ang-friendly setup. I didn't have a mist system, didn't have a crapload of humidifiers going, would almost never fertilize, etc. etc. So in effect, they did experience a prolonged dryness. And many of them died. But in reality I think the quantity and quality of roots on arrival is the single biggest factor in whether they live or die.
     
  14. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    I'm STILL working on my list.
    SIGH.
    So many great plants!
     
  15. T. migratoris

    T. migratoris Active Member

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    My list is fine. It's my budget that needs work.
     
  16. Reyna

    Reyna Orchid Obsessed Supporting Member

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    Ah, the sweet agony of deciding. :) Seriously, I spend way too much time agonizing over my choices. This one or that one, or should I get two of the other . . . .

    Good thing I have a month to decide and to somehow make some serious cash appear in the old bank account. :)
     
  17. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    For those of you who are curious, here's the list.

    ANGRAECUM
    ACUTIPETALUM 17,00 €
    BICALLOSUM 14,00 €
    BREVE 14,00 €
    CALCEOLUS 14,00 €
    CHLORANTUM 18,00 €
    COMPACTUM 14,00 €
    CRASSUM 18,00 €
    DENDROBIOPSIS 18,00 €
    DICHACHOIDE 16,00 €
    DIDIERI 17,00 €
    DOLII 18,00 €
    DROUHARDI 14,00 €
    EBURNEUM 16,00 €
    ELEPHANTIANUM 17,00 €
    EQUITANS 14,00 €
    FALCIFOLIUM 18,00 €
    FILICORNU 16,00 €
    GERMIANUM 15,00 €
    LECOMPTEI 18,00 €
    LEONIS 16,00 €
    MAGDALENAE 16,00 €
    MACROCENTRUM 17,00 €
    MAHAVAVENSE 18,00 €
    MUSICOLUM 18,00 €
    OBESUM 14,00 €
    PANICIFOLIUM 17,00 €
    PECTINATUM 17,00 €
    PEYROTII 18,00 €
    PINGUE 18,00 €
    POPOWI 18,00 €
    PRAESTANS 22,00 €
    PROTENSUM 17,00 €
    PSEUDOFILICORNU 17,00 €
    RAMOSUM 14,00 €
    RAMOSUM Arachnite 15,00 €
    RHYNCOGLOSSUM 16,00 €2
    RUTENBERGIANUM 14,00 €
    SCOTTIANUM 15,00 €
    SEDIFOLIUM 15,00 €
    SESQUIPEDALE 18,00 €
    SORORIUM 16,00 €
    SUARENSES 18,00 €
    TERETIFOLIUM 15,00 €
    URSCHIANUM 18,00 €
    VIGUERI 26,00 €

    BECLARDIA Macrostachia 15,00 €

    NEOBATHIA
    FILICORNU 14,00 €

    CYNORKIS
    ANGUSTIPETALA 14,00 €
    FASTGIANA 16,00 €
    FLEXUOSA 14,00 €
    GIBBOSA 16,00 €
    LILACINA 14,00 €
    LOWIANA 16,00 €
    PURPURESCENS 16,00 €
    UNCINATA 16,00 €
    UNIFLORA 14,00 €
    VILLOSA 16,00 €

    AERANGIS
    ARTICULATA 17,00 €
    CITRATA 14,00 €
    CRYPTODON 14,00 €
    CURNOWIANA 14,00 €
    FASTUOSA 14,00 €
    FRANCOISII 17,00 €
    FUSCATA 22,00 €
    MACROCENTRA 14,00 €
    PLATYPHYLLA 16,00 €
    PALLIDIFLORA 16,00 €
    PUMILLIO 15,00 €
    STYLOSA 16,00 €
    UMBONATA 16,00 €

    JUMELLEA
    BRACHYCENTRA 16,00 €
    FRANCOISII 16,00 €
    GRACILIPES 16,00 €
    IBITIANA 14,00 €
    INTRICATA 16,00 €
    LINEARIPETALA 16,00 €
    MAJOR 20,00 €
    MAXILLAROIDE 14,00 €
    NEGLECTA 20,00 €
    PANDURATA 14,00 €
    RIGIDA 14,00 €
    TERETIFOLIA 14,00 €

    BULBOPHYLLUM
    ALEXANDRAE 16,00 €
    CARDIOLOBUM 16,00 €
    CHONCHICOIDE 16,00 €
    CORIOPHORUM 16,00 €
    HAMELINII 20,00 €
    LONGIFLORUM 16,00 €
    OCCLUSUM 16,00 €
    OCCULTUM 16,00 €
    PACHYPUS 16,00 €
    SULFUREUM 16,00 €

    EULOPHIA
    PLANTIGENEA 15,00 €
    RUTENBERGIANA 16,00 €

    GRAPHORKIS Scripta 16,00 €

    OENIA
    ONCIDIFLORA 15,00 €
    VOLUCRIS 16,00 €

    OEONIELLA
    POLYSTACHYS 16,00 €

    POLYSTACHIAS
    CLARAE 15,00 €
    CULTRIFORMIS 15,00 €
    OREOCHARIS 15,00 €
    RHODOCHILA 15,00 €
    TSINJOARIVOENSIS 15,00 €

    LIPARIS
    IMERINIENSIS 15,00 €
    LONGICAULIS 16,00 €

    LEMURORCHIS MADAGASCARIENSIS 16,00 €

    AERANTHES
    DENTIENS 15,00 €
    GRANDIFLORA 16,00 €
    HENRICII 25,00 €
    IMERINIENSIS 14,00 €
    OROPHYLLUM 16,00 €
    PEYROTII 15,00 €
    NIDUS 15,00 €
    RAMOSA 16,00 €
    SETIPES 16,00 €

    GRAMMANGIS ELLISII 20,00 €

    CYMBIDIELLA
    FALCIGUERA 32,00 €
    RHODOCHILA 27,00 €

    EULOPHIELLA
    ROMPLERIANA 32,00 €
    ELISABETHAE 36,00 €

    SOBENIKOFFIA
    HUMBERTIANA 23,00 €
    ROBUSTA 23,00 €

    MICROCELIA
    MACRANTHA 16,00 €
    GILPINAE 16,00 €

    SOLENANGIS
    APHYLLA 16,00 €
    CORNUTA 16,00 €

    CALANTHE
    MADAGASCARIENSIS 15,00 €
    REPENS 15,00 €
    SYLVATICA 15,00 €

    PHAJUS
    FRANCOISII 18,00 €
    HUMBLOTII 18,00 €
    LUTEUS 20,00 €
    PERRERI 20,00 €
    PEYROTII 20,00 €
    PULCHELLUS 18,00 €
    SCHELCHTERI 20,00 €
    TUBERCULOSA 20,00 €

    OECEOCLADES
    PANICULATA 21,00 €
    DECARYANA 21,00 €
    LOKOBENSIS 16,00 €
    QUADRILOBUM 16,00 €

    GOODYERA AFZELII 16,00 €

    ANGRAECOPSIS PARVIFLORA 16,00 €

    OBERONIA DISTICHUM 16,00 €
     
  18. Dale

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    Thanks, Jon. Someone needs to go check on Floozo.
     
  19. mrbreeze

    mrbreeze Anglican Supporting Member

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    No worries. I'm fine. I've seen the list many times so it doesn't have near the impact on my psyche that it used to. Is it illegal to have a lemur for a pet? :confused:
     
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    Dale New Member

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    "Is it illegal to have a lemur for a pet?"

    No. Why do you ask?