Phrag anguloi

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  1. Jan 11, 2019 #1

    Guarceñosis

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    This phrag is found in the south of Colombia.
    See the caracteristic lateral fenestrations (windows) in the pouch. Also seen in P. Schlimii. 47b0825d441f27087f5983e2dfc4f3d6.jpg f6ffc4a669b6e2deb19067156597a8b6.jpg

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    When will this cross be available in the US.
     
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    abapple this is a species not long time discribed.

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    Neat. Is this species fragrant like P. schlimii?
     
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    Do you have a photo of the entire plant?
     
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    Here the plant 8db79a48e649c07176c18b51b49906a4.jpg

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    Very nice!
     
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    Thanks. What is the leaf span?
     
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    Good question. Maybe Eliseo could enlighten us on color variability for this species.
     
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    Tom,
    the staminode also looks quite different in shape and proportion
     
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    Eteson already confirmed it is P anguloi frm rosea. This plant comes from David Manzur, a reliable source.

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    Nice!
     
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    Interesting, thanks for sharing. The leaves look very wide, unlike schlimii.
     
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    Hello, i am new on this forum, i have some Phragmipedium of this group micropetalum in my green housse.
    I know that anguloi is a recent discover, i would like to know if it’s possible to buy It ? If yes, how ?
    Thank’s

    sorry for my english, i am french
     
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    Lovely bloom and a fine looking plant. You're very lucky to
    live with such an abundance of Phrag species and a reliable
    person to identify new species.
     
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    Are these available yet anywhere in the world besides Colombia?
     
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    Hi Tom, really don't know.
     
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    Hi Michel,
    I bought this plant and others to David Manzur. I dont know if he exports orchids. I dont know if he speaks english or french neither. You can contact him be email or Whatsapp. Here his contact info.
     

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