An interesting Dockrillia (Dendrobium) in our collection. We obtained this plant from a Dockrillia collector who originally purchased it as a subspecies of Dockrillia (Dendrobium) wassellii. The canes are much thinner than the Dockrillia wassellii that I have seen — more like a Dockrillia (Dendrobium) striolata species or hybrid in diameter, but with grooves. We grow this orchid alongside our Dockrillia wassellii in our humid cool room, where it has flourished.
If anyone has input on the identification of this orchid, please feel free to contact me.
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