Paph. adductum v. cynthiae

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  1. May 28, 2015 #1

    NYEric

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    Is there any publication of the new light form of adductum in English?
     
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    ask Eggshells :poke:
     
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    I forwarded to you this morning. Hahahaha

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    A friend of mine published in Manila Bulletin for our friend. I asked permission to share this here. It's named after his late mother. It was described by Jim Cootes.

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    My opinion.. It might have the alba genes in it.
     
  6. May 28, 2015 #6

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    You sent me the not-English version. :p Thanks for the update, but... I don't like the "..very rare and priceless.." mentioned in the article. Hopefully he knows someone who knows what to do with the pollen.
     
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    I thought I sent you the english one. I can't find it. Anyhow, I think it the plant is self or the progenies get back crossed to the parent. It might yield an alba.

    But you don't like multis anyways... hahahaha
     
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    Absolutely stunning!

    A sweet tribute for his mother!
     
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    cool.
     
  10. May 29, 2015 #10

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    Yes, the 30 or so I have including the album ones remind me of that. :p
     
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    I like the dark ones.
     
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    Another freak'in cool find!
     
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    What language is it in
     
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    i Have it Eric. I can email it to you
     
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    in Deutsch, the language of romance! :p
    Thanks but I wanted to share it here, copyright issue , I guess.
     
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    What Ozpaph said......
     
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    I doubt that there are enough individuals to call this variety. Does someone know something about how many plants were found with this color? Doesn't look like a lighter form, but a unique kind of mutation since not all the parts of the flower / stem are the same color. But I could be wrong of course...
     
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    I read that there were only 5 plants
     

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