Fischerii second flower in normal light

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  1. Feb 28, 2014 #1

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    Now this is a great picture and a even greater flower.
    I like it very much.

    By the way what is your longifolium alba doing.

    Can I hvae pollen of both.
     
  3. Feb 28, 2014 #3

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    One moment, a make a pic....
     
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    Longifolium album, today.
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    That's one fine looking fischerii you got there
     
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    Very nice one!!!!!!!!
     
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    that is very nice
     
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    Gorgeous.

    I'd like to see a fischeri, a schlimii and an andreettae side-by-side.
     
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    Well, that might be the nicest I have ever seen!
     
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    This is the best I can do...

    [​IMG]
     
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    Great Fischerii!!
     
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    Oh my, I've been looking for that fischeri for two years! It's gorgeous and
    the photos of the three together is wonderful. Thank you.
     
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    2nd flower is awesome.:clap:
     
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    Same for me I prefer also the P.fischeri. Very good clone.
     
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    Lovely flower. :drool:
     
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    Thanks.

    Maybe I should qualify: sharp, full-frontal close-ups to compare their segments.
     
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    I've got that picture somewhere. Are you looking for proof that they are three distinct species?

    Kyle
     

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