OUR ORCHID DATABASE database: C. aurantiaca 'Orange Spots' x self

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rkidkelly
Apr 7, 2013 5:15 AM CST
C. aurantiaca 'Orange Spots'

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it has 2 different parents but they are both aurantiaca species. which makes this a species. we have had this discussion before other places and if 2 of the same species but different cultivars are bred it is still a species not a hybrid
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