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Kyle

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Ok, Lien, I'll bite.

What is it? Or do we have to guess?

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Eric Muehlbauer

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this looks like a lowii.............Take care, Eric
 

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I guess a blurry spike. :poke:
J/K, L, you know I love you. :)

I think it's too dark for a lowii. Looks a bit like the color of my Julius. No stripes so I think the roth/sand species and hybs are out.
 

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That is good for a blurry picture. But I would have guessed lowii to only because I found a spike on mine a couple of days ago too:clap:
That and the fuzzy stem.
What are the parents of yours Lienluu?
 
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Rick said:
That is good for a blurry picture. But I would have guessed lowii to only because I found a spike on mine a couple of days ago too:clap:
That and the fuzzy stem.
What are the parents of yours Lienluu?
This is a division I got from Frank at Krull Smith, it is P. lowii 'The Queen' AM/AOS.
 
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