My multiflorals and roths crosses in bloom

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  1. Mar 21, 2020 #1

    Michael Bonda

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    Here’s my small collection in current bloom:

    Paph. rothschildianum
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    Paph. roths x Johanna Burkhardt:
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    Paph. roth x Yang-Ji Diamond
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    Paph. Lady Rothschild:
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    Paph. stonei x anitum:
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    Paph. Mem. Miguel Medina x gardneri:
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    Paph. QF Hula Dancer:
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    What's in the aquariums or terrariums?
     
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    Several species.....
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    Any tinctorius?
    How do you keep your fruit fly cultures from crashing? I guess you can still mail order them.
     
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    Yes tincs. Azeurus. New River.
    My fruit fly cultures never crash.Both melano and Hydei.
    If you give me an email I’ll send you pics and write up on how to do fruit fly cultures successfully and low cost.
    Mine is woskor@aol.com
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    I make 15 per week:

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    You have a lot of beautiful orchids in bloom right now. They all look so healthy and clean. And I like the frogs too!
     
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    Very nice slippers and frogs.
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    What is the parentage on the roth? It has nice wide petals.
     
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    nice flora and fauna.
     
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    Very impressive,, thanks for posting.
     
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    Wonderful Paphs and frogs!
     
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    Nice, indeed - both Paphs and frogs! I'm a big fan of your Roth, too!
     

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