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Jason Fischer

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Siblings of one of my favorite primary hybrids. There are only 2 registered hybrids using Fanaticum to my knowledge, so I'm going to try to make some more!


 

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This is one of my favorites too, can't wait to see mine bloom. There are actually four registered Fanaticum hybrids, Carolyn Butcher (x delenatii), Krulls Lace (x roths), Dick Wagner (x bellatulum), and Tzeng's Ace (x S. Gratrix).
 

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Thanks Tony, I was going off a 2006 spring version of wildcat. By roth huh? Anybody ever see that?
 
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Mycorrhizae

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Yes - it resembles Paph. Harold Koopowitz but with more intricate markings and more color variation.
 
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Greenpaph

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I agree with Ross! The one on the left is the best one!
 
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Eric Muehlbauer

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I like them both, but I really like the emersonii opening in the background....Take care, Eric
 

Jason Fischer

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Heh, well it does look like emersonii but it's Orion's Belt (emersonii x Muriel Constance). The emersonii is very dominant in this cross. I do have a couple emersonii budding up, so you'll see those in a month or so. I have good news, we have many seedlings that came out of flask a few months ago of our largest emersonii (about 5 inches across I believe)!
 
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