Phalaenopsis cochlearis Holttum

Publication: Orchid Rev. 72:408. 1964


Section: Fuscatae


Distribution: Malaisie et Indonésie.


Etymology: From Latin cochlearis: a spoon. Refers to the shape of the lip.


Synonyms: Polychilos cochlearis (Holtt.) Shim, Malayan Nat. Journ. 36:21. 1982.


Varieties:


Flowering: From September to October



Photos of Phalaenopsis cochlearis in culture:
Anne Perthus
Alain Brochart
Alain Brochart
Hou Tse Liu
Allen Black
Elisabeth Kerschbaum
Elisabeth Kerschbaum
Libor Jankovsky
Nik Fahmi (Vortex)
Sascha Heikens
Rock Hsia
Peter Zerche
Lanfu Wang
Gilles Grunenwald
Alain Brochart
Alain Brochart
Martin Günther
Philip Wojtas
Micael Liu
Micael Liu
Saskia Kaufmann
Saskia Kaufmann
Alba.Men
Helmut Demel
Helmut Demel
Helmut Demel
Peter Zerche
Alba.Men
Peter Zerche












Phalaenopsis cochlearis

Alain Brochart
Alain Brochart
Lanfu Wang
Alba.Men
Alba.Men




Lip detail

Primary hybrids: You can view Phalaenopsis cochlearis primary hybrids by species from the graphic page or via the following alphabetical listing.
Hybrid Name Pod Pollen Registered by Year
Amblearis amboinensis cochlearis Dr Henry M Wallbrunn 1972
Andy Jackson cochlearis stuartiana Atmo Kolopaking 1982
Anthony The cochlearis equestris Atmo Kolopaking 1981
Austin Chow philippinensis cochlearis Austin Chow 2001
Cochlemann mannii cochlearis Luc Vincent 1998
Golden Bantam cornu-cervi cochlearis Dr Henry M Wallbrunn 1970
Golden Jubilee cochlearis fasciata Irene Dobkin 1975
Little Darlin' violacea cochlearis Jones & Scully 1969
Maculearist maculata cochlearis Shaffer's Tropical Garden 1985
Memoria Frederick Thornton fimbriata cochlearis Dr Stephen A Pridgen 1985
Petit coeur cochlearis modesta Luc Vincent 2008
Tein Noi tetraspis cochlearis Yanyong Punpreuk 2009
Tridacna gigantea cochlearis Dr Henry M Wallbrunn 1983
Viviane Dream amabilis cochlearis Luc Vincent 1999
Not registered lindenii cochlearis


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