Paphs in situ

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    Interesting pics, thanks for the link Mike !!!! Jean
     
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    Love that kind of pics. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    very instructive
     
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    Not to speak of the thicket of hirsutissimums! :)

    Thank you for sharing this exciting link...although it makes the heart heavy to see that basketfull of wild collected armeniacums! :(
     
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    Did tigrinum become markianum?
     
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    Wonderful collection of in situ paph pics. Really sad to see them harvested like that
     
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    If you follow Dr. Braem, it always should have been markianum. I think, he argues, that this species was published earlier and validly as markianum, and thus this name has priority over tigrinum. I'm not quite sure, that many follows him in this respect, though.

    Even then, I think his arguments in this case is more sound than his somewhat postulated case for P. crossii being the rightfull name for the species now labeled P. callosum. The latter case seems to have been a bone of contention between Dr. Braem and Cribb in different editions of their publications over decades! :cool:
     
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    All amazing. Thank you for posting. Sad to see armeniacum collected like that though.
     
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    It's always nice to see these interesting photos of Paphs in the wild. Thanks a lot for the link.
     

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