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VOLUME 74, NO. 2—April, May, June 2010
IN THIS ISSUE

56
President’s Letter
57
Donors
 
58
Café—News From Around the Orchid World
 
60
A Note on the Genus Dresslerella
Proposed is an artificial key to identify species of Dresslerella that can be useful for specialized growers to give a correct name to the plants in their collections.
 
Hugo Medina & Franco Pupulin
68
Penducella, A New Name to Replace Brachycladium
Penducella is named from the latin for "a little pendent one," in reference to the habit.
 
Carlyle A. Luer & Lisa Thoerle
74
The Native Orchids of Nevada
Nevada, with its sizzling, dry deserts and freezing, snowy mountains boasts at least fourteen native orchids.
 
Carol Siegel
86
Pinup — Broughtonia negrilensis
 
88
Little Slippers: Miniature and Compact-Growing Phragmipediums
Down-sizing plant growth habit allows the more efficient use of available space to grow these marvelous phrags.
 

William Goldner

95
Orchids in Three Dimensions — Catasetum sanguineum Lindley & Paxton
 
Carlyle A. Luer &
Lisa Thoerle
96
Good Old Red, White and Blue
The Nortons of Orchidview nursery have been working relentlessly to create a truly ‘Fire Engine Red’ phal.
 
Katherine Norton
102
Book Review: Orchid, The Fatal Attraction
 
Cindy Coty
103
Book Review: Orquídeas Brasileiras, Espécies e Hibridos: Brazilian Orchids  
 
Greg Truex
104
Book Review: Stelis Swartz - Compendium
 
Greg Truex
106
Postcard from Panama
Enjoy armchair travel to Panama with Charles G. Wilson.
 

Charles G. Wilson

110
Orchid Digest Diamond Award Winners
 
114
Bio Diversity
 
118
Webwatch—Interesting Places to Surf the Internet 
 
Ronald Kaufmann
119 
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