Paph micranthum v. eburneum

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  1. Feb 1, 2017 #21

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    Lovely color!
     
  2. Feb 1, 2017 #22

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    Thanks. It's not big, 2.25 in cross the petals, 3.25 tall and 1.75 in across the pouch.

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  3. Feb 1, 2017 #23

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    Rick that's a lovely flower and nice to see it's progressing well documented.
     
  4. Feb 2, 2017 #24

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    Lovely all-round Rick.
     
  5. Feb 3, 2017 #25

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    Very cool light colors! Special clone!
     
  6. Feb 4, 2017 #26

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    Very nice form and the color is very angelic. What variety is this?

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  8. Feb 4, 2017 #28

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    might be some albanistic genes in there. What are the parents???
     
  9. Feb 4, 2017 #29

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    This is the tag. Apparently some kind of genetic mixing is going on. The plant has normal coloration to the leaves. I call it forma alboviride after Braum's description of albo-flavum mentioned before.
    Here is the back of the tag.
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    I wouldn't second that. It just a var. eburneum a little bit less colourated than others - but nothing more.
     
  11. Feb 4, 2017 #31

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    Excellent blooming. Congrats
     
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    Any new growths starting up yet?
     
  13. Feb 5, 2017 #33

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    Rick, not that I can tell

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