Posted on Sep 10, 2009
From the exhibitor:I obtained this plant at the 19th WOC in Miami. I don't know who the vendor was, but I'm sure the plant was imported.The flowers are ethereal, and might last through the day if cond...
Dendrobium nindii consistent with hybrid
Posted on Sep 9, 2009
Dendrobium nindii, award 20096292, has been determined to be consistent with hybrid by SITF, Oct 2009, with assistance of Peter O'Byrne. You can now process the award. Are these two photos of the same...
Dendrobium marivelense confirmed to be D. parciflorum
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Dendrobium marivelense, award # 20097148, has been confirmed to be D. parciflorum by SITF, August 2009.The two names are synonyms, so Nenita was correct in her identification. You can now process the ...
Dendrobium sylvanum felt to be a hybrid
Posted on Jul 8, 2009
Dear Lou,Dendrobium sylvanum, award #20095832, cannot be confirmed to be correctly labeled and is felt to be a hybrid by SITF, July 2009, with the assistance of Eric Christensen and Peter O’Byrne.I en...
Posted on May 26, 2009
Attached are two images for this species. This was awarded a CHM inFlorida and, while there are other awards to the species, a CHM must beidentified. The award description is: Forty-five pendent flowe...
Dendrobium purpureum forma alba
Posted on May 21, 2009
This is all we got. Dendrobium purpureum fma album, award 20096254, has been confirmed to be Dendrobium purpureum var. album by the SITF June 2009. You can now process the award.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Den. polyanthum is accepted by the monocot checklist as the accepted name for Den. primulinum/cretaceum/polyanthum. Dendrobium polyanthum, award # 20095578 has been confirmed to be Dendroboim polyant...
Posted on Jan 7, 2009
Fifty-seven flowers and 34 buds on 13 panicle type inflorescences on 2 branched leafless canes; flowers cream-chartreuse; sepals and petals distinctly veined burgundy; lip deeply toothed, veined light...