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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by ronan, Dec 13, 2009.
LOVE IT! How cool that each flower is different?!
Huh. That's kind of neat.
Is that normal for this species to have this variation in coloring, even no symetrical?
I've never seen a tetraspis with so much colouring before - that's really something.
i'm surprise that you don't know this special tetraspis...some call it speciosa and it's a controversed species in the phalaenopsis world. some think it's an hybrid, some that's a virused one, a lot of sellers in europe sold regular tetraspis under c1 or speciosa's name and they make a lot of money...even the origine of that kind of tetraspis is not really sure...and now new one more purpulish colors and with dots instead of such pattern are on the market...
btw, yes the variation is normal, just like in tetraspis (interesting subjet about dna transposons...), and color may vary depending upon temp and sunlight.
Very interesting variations and nothing like my tetraspsis at all. Really quite pretty.
I hope mine blooms out as nicely!