Phrag. schlimii article Braem & Teson

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  1. Jun 28, 2016 #1

    eteson

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    Dear friends,
    We have spent several years trying to understand schlimii... a lot of work done but a lot of work to be done to fully understand the distribution and variations of this complex. Here you can find a revision about the Phrag. schlimii complex as we understand it today. We cannot split manzurii from schlimii so we are proposing manzurii being a fma. of schlimii.
    Enjoy!

    Link to the paper:

    http://richardiana.com/telecharger.php?vol=16&art=28


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    Excellent article! You are lucky to be able to work with Prof Braem! Encourage him to publish a phrag book!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Thank you so much!

    You are right, I am so lucky, he is a very dedicated and clever guy.

    About the phrag book... he is working day and night (literally) in the book project, the text is already done. Wait for the BEST!
     
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    amazing article , I will have to read it again and again.
    the andreettae, fischerii and anguloi kind of stand out , but the schlimii and the manzurii are the tough situation, I really can not tell them apart
     
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    Congrats on the publication. Unfortunately I am unable to appreciate the differences in all the species. Perhaps you should send me some of each! :evil:
     
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    Well done, Eliseo!
     
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    Keep us posted on both the new Paph book and the Phrag book!
     
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    I am so glad you did this collaboration, Eliseo! An excellent addition to orchid information. Thanks!
     
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    Not being a botanist, I didn't understand parts of the paper,
    but I do appreciate that the identifications are being
    unravelled. I have two "schlimii" that look very different.
    Perhaps someday I'll know what they actually are.
     
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    Thank you! and Congratulations!
     
  11. Jul 4, 2016 #11

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    Great and interesting article! Congratulation!
     
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    Wonderful article!
     
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    Excellent!!!

    Ramon:)
     

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