I must apologize to everyone. I managed to find that some person did hybridize lindleyi and jenkinsii. It is called Dendrobium Ueang Pheung! I don't know what that means but I don't think that I want to step in it!!
Not only has it been registered, there are three AOS awards. I am flabbergasted. Not because the hybrid was made which still seems silly to me but what could possibly be the goal!? The cross has 2 AM's and a CCE. The CCE has 255 flowers, 16 buds, on 30 inflorescences. That is 9 per inflorescence.
There is an AM with 96 flowers on 5 inflorescences or 19.2 per. The other AM had 51 flowers on 10 inflorescences. The CCE had a natural spread of 2.6 X 2.3. Ylthe first AM was 3.4 X 2.2 and the other was 4.0 X 3.6.
The one part of the description that was completely lacking was a vegetative component. For a CCE, that is unacceptable but somehow made it past the editors.
The flowers were generally from shorter inflorescences, not the longer graceful ones that I enjoy so much on a lindleyi. The blooms were a bit cupped.