Got this as amabilis var. grandiflora but the petals might be a bit too full/overlapping for it to be real even though the callus and midlobe of the lip are somewhat accurate for amabilis subsp. amabilis? Thoughts?
I don't know the provenance of the plant unfortunately. But I guess it's possible to sequence this plant because there's a recent publication describing the vicariance and some deeper phylogenetic reconstruction of this species complex: http://bmcplantbiol.biomedcentral.com/a ... 015-0560-z
It's not a bad dataset really -- they used wild collected plants and have triplicates and some outgroups for control.
Post your questions and photos to identify a species phalaenopsis. We maybe able to identify a primary hybrid between two species parents. Generally we cannot identify a complex hybrid.
1 post • Page 1 of 1