Discussion in 'Taxonomy' started by Phrag-Plus, Jan 1, 2009.
I think it's amazing that new Phrags are still being discovered. I wonder what else is out there...
Phrag manzurii discription
Try this link. After it opens, it should ask for user name or email, type; Maudiae (at sign) aol.com Password; manzuri. After it opens go to the bottom half and click on one of the symbols this should list the files. If this works, you see the offical write up.
Sounds like they got it right on this one. It would also be great if they document population variability, and even greater if they can identify a pollinator.
Do you know what the nearest distance this species is to schlimii, fisheri, and the rest?
i'd be happy if I just had a schlimii flower for me
Not sure about the range of schlimii, but fisherii and andretteae are found further south, near the ecuador/columbian border. I don't think the ranges overlap.
Does anyone know anything about the plant's growth habit? We acquired a plant marked P. schlimii from Ecuagenera that has a strikingly similar flower color but the leaves are much shorter (20cm leaf span) and wider (2.5cm) than a typical schlimii - more like P. fischeri or P. andreetae.
Go up to post #22 where I put in a link and try it.
Nothing. Just links to a generic Adobe page. PM me and I may be able to help.
Nope, doesn't work for me. What are you tryin to post?
Nope; forgot password?
maybe this will get the job done.
It worked for me this time. Its the official description from the december issue of Lankasteriana.
Worked perfectly for me. Problem solved I guess.
All I see is a screen w/ an acrobat icon!
What a gorgeous species! Thanks for sharing.
NYEric, I'm on dial-up. So, things are very slow. However, I get the same screen that you're getting and I can see a red "loading" bar slowly crawling across the underside of the icon. Try putting the page down on your task bar for a while and see if it opens eventually.
Will do thanx, or I might just go over to their building and assassinate all the system admins!
OK got it finally, Thanx mucho! Does anyone know if Ms. Viveros is related to the import Co. in Florida?
worked for me,that is nice to see. can't wait to see one in person
As usual, stupid CITES restrictions will probably make that a lot sooner for Canada than US!
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