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    Love to see pics of what people consider really good, pure Paphiopedilum spicerianum

    I read that many spicerianum are Hybrids and hard to differentiate from the real soecies. I am wonder if i got. the real species?
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    Diseases on Phragmipedium andreettae/ besseae

    I have this diseases on some plants. Only on plants of the Micropedalum section with soft leaves. I don't think that these are insects bites, check them under the microscope and don't find something noticeable. Thanks Florian
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    Phrag. caudatum

    Uh wrong it is a phrag humboldtii. I am sure
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    Phrag. caudatum

    It is a warszewiczianum
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    Phrag caricinum

    The reale one.
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    Phrag caricinum

    I bought a „caricinum“ from popow wich never flowers right now. But i am sure its not the species. The real one has much more narrow leaves. Bought ist as a young plant and the Habitus looks like your plant.
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    Phrag caricinum

    Hello Paul, this is not Phragmipedium caricinum, ist is a Hybrid. But the plant Looks nice.
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    Paphiopedilum leuchochilum perfection

    looks like rock wool and perlite. Nice Flower!
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    Phrag kovachii

    Eliseo, do you add some banana or coconut to the medium, if yes how much?
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    several Phragmipediums

    Phragmipedium boissierianum
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    Phragmipedium kovachii

    Got this Phragmipedium kovachii 5 years ago, now it is blooming. Picture 2 is the plant some weeks ago with the flowering shoot.
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    Phrag caudatum

    nice typical Phrag. humboldtii :)
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    Phrag Pearcei

    A lot of red for a pearcei!
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    Phrag. ecuadorense 'Kiska'

    nice Phragmipedium pearcei :)
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    richteri 'Anja'

    I have a child plant of your clone, i think you can see the similarity. The Flower is bigger and the leaves are wider than other richteri. Nice to see the parent plant, thanks. I hope its ok for you if i poste a photo of my plant.
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    Phrag. pearcei 'Amazon Queen' HCC/AOS

    The leave of pearcei is more slim and the habitus is different. Looks like a nice richteri for me... Is this a Phrag. caricinum next to it with the bloom?
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    Phrag. pearcei 'Amazon Queen' HCC/AOS

    I am sure it is not a clean Phragmipedium pearcei. It has the richteri typical humps on the lip. How looks the habitus? Phragmipedium pearcei has a longer rhizome than other species.
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    Phrag. pearcei 'Amazon Queen' HCC/AOS

    It is a Phragmipedium richteri. Nice bloom.
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    Drier growing phrags - how dry is dry?

    i grow them wet but without water in the bowl that air can come to the roots. Some of the species are epiphytic.
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    Phrag. humboldtii 'Mahogany Run'

    nice dark clone!