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Cymbidium Tracy’s Child

Clone:

Parentage: tracyanum x pumilum
Exhibited by: John Dunkelberger
  
Description:          
Ten star-shaped flowers on one 38-cm straight semi-upright
inflorescence; sepals and petals chartreuse finely spotted and striped
mahogany-red and mahogany-red central flush diminishing towards
tips; cream lip severely rolled back on itself spotted mahogany-red and
flushed yellow in throat, column chartreuse spotted and striped
mahogany-red and stained mahogany-red on tip, anther cap white;
substance firm; texture matte; noted for improvement in form and
reduction in size over Cym. tracyanum parent.

Dimensions in centimeters:                  Horz.             Vert.
Natural Spread:                                     6.7                7.4          
Dorsal Sepal:                                        1.3                4.8
Petal:                                                     0.9                4.3
Lateral Sepal (Syn):                              1.1                4.0
Lip (Pouch):                                          1.9                3.7
Name:  Cymbidium sinense, JC

Clone: Bai Feng

Parentage:        

Exhibited by: Gordon Slaymaker
  
Description:          
Eight flowers, not buds on one 47-cm inflorescence and one broken
inflorescence; five growths exhibiting highly variegated foliage,
variegation extends into flower segments creating an unusually
attractive alba flower; base color light green veined darker green;
substance heavy; texture of foliage and flower waxy.

Dimensions in centimeters:                  Horz.              Vert.
Natural Spread:                                      6.0                6.2          
Dorsal Sepal:                                         0.7                3.7
Petal:                                                     0.6                2.6
Lateral Sepal (Syn):                              0.4                 3.5
Lip (Pouch):                                          0.7                 0.9
Name:  Microchilus tridax, CHM, 83

Clone: Manchas Rosadas

Parentage:        

Exhibited by: Leon Glicenstein
  
Description:          
Two flowers and two buds on a 12-cm inflorescence held above
2-growth, 4.5-cm tall, variegated leaf plant grown in sphagnum moss in
a 5-cm plastic pot.  Pubescent leaves 3-cm x 4-cm , very dark
green-brown with uniform, random, raised rose-gold spots with a
metallic reflection.  Flowers minute concolor white; substance firm;
texture pubescent.  Recognized for attractiveness of foliage and
compact size.   Native to Equador.

Dimensions in centimeters:                      Horz.            Vert.
Natural Spread:                                        0.4                0.4          
Dorsal Sepal:                                            0.2                0.5
Petal:                                                       N/A                N/A
Lateral Sepal (Syn):                                  0.2                0.5
Lip (Pouch):                                              0.4                0.6  
Name:   Lycamerlycaste Jade, HCC, 78

Clone: Empress Judy

Parentage: Lycaste Lemon Twist x Sudamerlycaste lata

Exhibited by:          
Leon Glicenstein
 
Description:          
Six relatively flat flowers, tow slightly senescent, and no buds on six
erect inflorescences; sepals apple-green; petals very light
apple-green, slightly reflexed at tip; lip white, slightly twisted fimbriate
central lobe flushed very pale green centrally, anther cap black-green;
substance very firm; texture waxy.  Noted for improvement in form over
either parent.

Dimensions in centimeters:                  Horz.                Vert.
Natural Spread:                                     5.5                   5.8          
Dorsal Sepal:                                         1.9                  4.0
Petal:                                                     1.9                   2.2
Lateral Sepal (Syn):                               2.0                  4.6
Lip (Pouch):                                           1.3                   2.3