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Re: Orchid ID

Jim, I sent your orchid picture to Bill Smiles, our local orchid guru
and past president of the Westchester Orchid Society.  He was 
away for the weekend, but arrived at our meeting today armed 
with reference books, etc.  He says he has never seen this one,
but based on color, shape, etc., he thinks a Brassia x Odontoglossum
cross.  He thinks such might be called Odontobrassia.  You have
probably solved your puzzle by now, by consulting your  local
nurseryman, but I thought I would pass this on.  He would be glad
to know the answer.

In a message dated 08/11/2006 10:04:28 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
Can someone ID this orchid, please.


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