Hi everyone, I just read the thread started by Candace concerning the description of Paph. kolopakingii f. katherinae which made me think of Phrag. longifolium 'album'. I remember two of those albino plants being presented to the world more or less at the same time somewhere in the second half of 2005. Forum colleague Kyle Lucyk took a photo of such plant during his trip to Ecuador and showed it to the forum. And Mr. Olaf Gruss wrote and depicted one such plant, which flowered at the nursery of Mr. Tom Kalina, in his article 'Albino Forms of the Slipper Orchids' in Orchid Digest 69(4). Now for my question. Does anyone know if this form is officially described yet or if someone is about to do so? Normally it doesn't take so long for new forms of Slippers to be described. It could also just mean that I haven't been paying enough attention the last two years. All the best, RZu.