Love this little Drac cordobae

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  1. Mar 9, 2016 #1

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    Didn't take to the show, but I sure think it is cute. It is a little over 1" across, and I had to stand on my head to get the picture. Wish I could grow more.
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    Thats cool looking!!! Congrats on the blooming!!!
     
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    Great job growing this
     
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    Love the entire genus!!
    Gorgeous shot.
     
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    Can you take a close-up pic of the monkey face?
     
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    Nice


    Elmer Nj
     
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    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I like the tiny monkey faces of Dracs too. Cute as can be.
     
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    Hopefully this is better.
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    That's not cordobae. Maybe vespertillio. Or a hybrid. But not many people make Dracula hybrids...
     
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    I think you are right. I got it from Ecuagenara and it does have the original tag in it with cordobae. I'm not sure about vespertillio, as mine has round corners. I think I will send a picture to Ecuagenara and ask them what they think it is.
    Thanks
     
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    So is this one able to grow in more intermediate conditions?
     
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    Well I thot so. When I got it, I was trying to get one that would grow in intermediate conditions. But now I don't know what it is.:confused:
     
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    Thank you Ruth for the close up of that little face. I love
    it!
     
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    Fantastic species.

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