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December 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
Singapore Prepares for the 20th World Orchid Conference Johan Hermans 678
Cattleya coccinea ‘Florence’, FCC/AOS Peter T. Lin 688
The Genus in Central Africa with a Focus on Two Sections Murielle Simo, Bonaventure Sonké, Vincent Droissart and Tariq Stévart 690
Cattleya Ann Follis Illustrates the Value of Sharing Information Kenneth A. Roberts 696
Unraveling a Mystery in the Zygopetalinae Leon Glicenstein 702
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November 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the 20th Anniversary Show Bayard Saraduke 616
Paphiopedilum sanderianum and Its Role in Hybridizing John Doherty 626
A Paphiopedilum Comes Home to Waddesdon Manor Jerry Lee Fischer 636
85: Dracula vampira Luer Harry Zelenko 644
VII. Those Other Painted-Leaf Orchids II Leon Glicenstein 646
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October 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
An Orchid Trek to Long Pasia, Sabah, Borneo Mary E. Gerritsen 556
Vanilla dilloniana ‘Intelligent Design’, AM-CHM/AOS Martin Motes 566
Their Culture and Suggestions to Grow Douglas B. Pulley 568
Do Stanhopeas Smell Better in the Wild? Matt Bare and Omar Tello 572
Foreign Orchids Go Wild in South Florida Chuck McCartney 576
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September 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
Creating Displays of Species Orchids with Educational Value Mary Nisbet 498
84: Dendrobium cuthbertsonii F. Muell. Harry Zelenko 506
A Legacy of Orchids Jeff H. Bradley 508
Activities at the Botanical Garden Orquideario Soroa Yunelis Perez Castro 518
VI. Those Other Painted-Leaf Orchids Leon Glicenstein 522
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August 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
A Look at Phalaenopsis gibbosa, Phalaenopsis lobbii and
Phalaenopsis parishii
Helmut Rohrl 440
Dendrobium anosmum ‘Riverlane’, JC/AOS Jean Wilson 450
The Orchid at the Corner of the House Leon Glicenstein 452
Variation and Conservation at El Refugio Nature Reservation Eduardo Calderón-Sáenz 456
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July 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
An Accomplished Grower of Orchids in
Southern Ontario
Jay Norris 374
83: Benzingia reichenbachiana (Schltr.) Dressler Harry Zelenko 382
Five Nurseries Perfect the Art of Growing Orchids Paris Everett Merriam 384
The Story of a Masterpiece and the People Peggy A. Alrich and Wesley E. Higgins 392
V. Mesadenella, Cyclopogon, Pteroglossa, Cranichis
and Prescottia
Leon Glicenstein 402
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June 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
A Genetic Problem in Yellow and
Art-Shade Cattleyas
Ron Midgett 314
Cattleya pumila ‘Wide Hill’, AM/AOS William P. Rogerson 320
A Group of Related Species Native to Brazil Francisco Miranda 323
Romance, Sadness and Intrigue Frame
a Cattleya’s History
A.A. Chadwick 332
A Brazilian Species with Precise Cultural Needs Mauro Rosim 336
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May 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
A Bright New Talent Emerges in Taiwan’s
Phalaenopsis Hybridizing
Carri Raven-Riemann and Carlos Fighetti with Marshall Ku 252
Tips and Techniques for Its Changing Face Carri Raven-Riemann 264
For H.P. Norton, the Major Allure of Orchids
Has Been the Opportunity for Creativity
Linda White 270
My American Orchid Society: A Passion for Orchids
Rooted in Childhood
Brian Monk 274
Cyrtochilum gracile (Lindl.) Kraenzl. Harry Zelenko 280
IV. Stenorrhynchos, Coccineorchis, Sarcoglottis
and Pelexia
Leon Glicenstein 282
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April 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
How to Prepare Orchids for Exhibition Greg Allikas and Michael Coronado 196
Recipients of the 2008 AOS Specialty Judging Awards Tom Etheridge 200
Lycaste Always ‘Melissa Inboriboon’, AM-CCM/AOS Paul Gripp 210
First Class Certificates of 2009 Tom Etheridge 212
Making an Incredible Journey at the
Houston Judging Center
Don Maples 220
A Brief History John D. Stubbings 226
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March 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
III. Cystorchis, Microchilus, Cheirostylis and Aspidogyne Leon Glicenstein, PhD 136
81: Phragmipedium kovachii Atwood, Dalström and Fernandez Harry Zelenko 140
Advice for Making Selections and Flowering them Successfully Milton O. Carpenter 142
Challenges of Growing Orchids Outdoors in Southern California Loren Batchman 148
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February 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
The Semialba Large-Flowered Cattleyas A.A. Chadwick 80
III. Culture: What Nature Can Reveal Jerry Lee Fischer 88
Cycnoches Manilodd ‘George Carr’, HCC/AOS Greg Allikas 98
Experiences with Wardian Cases in Western Canada Ross Otto and Barbara Jackson 100
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January 2010 Featured Articles

FEATURES
Title Author Page
II. Long-Petal Hybrids and Phragmipedium kovachii Jerry Lee Fischer and Robert-Jan W. Quené, PhD 18
Bulbophyllum Tonya Jacob’s ‘Balchan’s Beauty’, HCC/AOS Bill Thoms 30
II. Macodes, Dossinia and Goodyera Leon Glicenstein, PhD 32
Creating Effective Strategies in Modern Times David Horak 38
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Volume 79 Number 11 November 2010 Orchids (ISSN 1087- 1950) is published monthly by the American Orchid Society, Inc. Editorial Office: 16700 AOS Lane, Delray Beach, Florida 33446-4351 (telephone 561-404-2000; fax 561-404-2100; e-mail TheAOS@aos.org; Web site www.aos.org). ©American Orchid Society, Inc. 2010. Printed by Allen Press, 810 East 10th Street, Lawrence, Kansas 66044. Subscription price of Orchids is $65.00 a year within the US, $92.00 outside the US. Single copies of current issue cost $6.99 (plus shipping and handling). Prices are subject to change without notice. While Orchids endeavors to assure the reliability of its advertising, neither Orchids nor the American Orchid Society, Inc. can assume responsibility for any transactions between our advertisers and our readers. Periodical postage paid at Delray Beach, Florida and additional offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: American Orchid Society, Inc., 16700 AOS Lane, Delray Beach, FL 33446-4351. The American Orchid Society follows the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families with regard to questions of synonymy in orchid species names in editorial. The opinions and recommendations that appear in Orchids regarding the selection and use of specific plant-care products, including but not limited to pesticides, fungicides and herbicides, are those of the individual authors, and not those of the American Orchid Society, which neither adopts nor endorses such opinions and recommendations and disclaims all responsibility for them. When selecting and using such products, readers should seek and obtain the advice of the manufacturer and of responsible government agencies. Mail date: October 25, 2010.

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