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  1. Feb 24, 2018 #1

    dodidoki

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    I can't decide weather it is classic sangii or ayubi variety. When it was described first time some said that flower is strange furthermore ugly. Anyaway I like it.
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  2. Feb 24, 2018 #2

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    Really nice!
     
  4. Feb 24, 2018 #4

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    different rather than ugly.
     
  5. Feb 25, 2018 #5

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    Nice.

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    It looks more like var. ajubianum
     
  7. Feb 25, 2018 #7

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    Beautifull:clap::clap:

    Good to see success with your south Pacific species.
     
  8. Feb 26, 2018 #8

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    Great to see, looks like ayubi to me.
     
  9. Feb 26, 2018 #9

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    I love that dorsal. Could make for some interesting hybrids.
     
  10. Feb 26, 2018 #10

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  11. Feb 26, 2018 #11

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    It probably needs a few more days to mature

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  12. Feb 26, 2018 #12

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    Beautiful photo!!

    As Rick says, I'm also curious to see if the petals and sepals will grow more and dance around a bit over the next few days.
     
  13. Mar 3, 2018 #13

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    Lovely flower
     
  14. Mar 3, 2018 #14

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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Mar 5, 2018 #15

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    What do they say: it's all in the eye of the beholder! And good that you like it - parents ought to like and love their children!!

    There is an ongoing feud regarding the same question in relation to P. supardii...it might be the junta of symmetry-fascists trying to suppress all others otherwise inclined...or should one say, entwined?! :D :D
     
  16. Mar 7, 2018 #16

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    alternatively, supardii is, simply, ugly.
     
  17. Mar 7, 2018 #17

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    Di, dah, du, dah, di, dah, doh....here we go again!! :poke:

    :D :D :D
     
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    Wow, to me this is one of the most beautiful Paph. species, and yours is super nice with the straight dorsal.
     
  19. Mar 15, 2018 #19

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    This is nice but I think I like the classic type better.
     
  20. Mar 15, 2018 #20

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    I like it too no matter the nit-pickers. The petals are a spectacular color.
     

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