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Chien

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I bought some malipoenses this year, let's see it.
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This one has normal form, good color and very good fragrant.
 

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This is my favorite, normal form this year, not fragrant, but unusual color on ground color, it's sparkling, shining! I give it a name 'Jewel Beetle'.
 

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My favorite is 'Jewel Beetle', so maybe I'll cross it with my friend's malipoense 'Elim Stripe'.
 

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This is my favorite, normal form this year, not fragrant, but unusual color on ground color, it's sparkling, shining! I give it a name 'Jewel Beetle'.

So many to chose from, and they are all different.
But this one reminds me of the many, many dragonfly wings that I saw when I grew up in Vietnam.
 
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That Elim Stripe has awesome markings!!! Yours have great color saturation. I like them all.

-Ernie
 

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Your 'Jewel Beetle' is a real eye catcher but I wouldn't also despise the other ones !!: drool:
Best regards from Germany, GuRu
 

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thanks for the pick. I have been looking for a really good Malipoense but they are hard to find in the US
 
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