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Some hybrids of Paph. sanderianum

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Here 3 interesting hybrids of Paph. sanderianum.

Paph. Duke of Earl - kolopakingii x adductum



Paph. Michael Koopowitz - philippinense X sanderianum



Paph. Wössner Sander's Love - Mercatelii X sanderianum



The pictures are not the best. I must learn a little bit more about the way to make better digital pictures.

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Olaf
 
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That Michael Koopowitz is amazing!!! Thanks for the photo's.
 

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ORG said:
I must learn a little bit more about the way to make better digital pictures.

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Olaf
Did you get a digital camera, Olaf? What kind did you get.

Kyle
 
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Dear Kyle,
I have my Fuji Finepix now the 2nd year but have always some problems to make excellent pictures, especially when I must use the flash. I have better experiences and results with my other Camera,, a Nikon for making slides.

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Olaf
 

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ORG said:
Here 3 interesting hybrids of Paph. sanderianum.

Paph. Duke of Earl - kolopakingii x adductum

Olaf
Hi Olaf,

I'm confused - is Duke of Earl (kolopakingii x adductum) or is there indeed some sanderianum in there? I just bought a kolo x adductum and didn't have a photo, but I was confused because you mentioned these were all sanderianum hybrids?

That Michael Koopowitz is wonderful!!
 
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Dear Heather,
I have made a mistake in the headline.
I showed 2 sanderianum hybrids and one kolopakingii-hybrid.
The first picture is really Paph. Duke of Earl - kolopkaingii with adductum

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Olaf
 

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Very nice Olaf! Thanks you. That Michael Koopowitz is spectacular.

I'm wondering the same thing as Heather about the Paph Duke of Earl too. Not that i wouldn't mind having that in my collection....:drool: I'll wrestle you for it Heather!:D
 

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Fabulous! Thank you Olaf, I had looked to see if this was registered yet and couldn't find a record of it. Now my database has both an up to date name and photo (if you don't mind me using your photo. It is purely for personal use to show a representation of the grex.)

You made my day! :D
 

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Thanks Heather (and Olaf!). I'll put that one on my list for next time Sam comes up here for a show.
 

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Oops...(duh...)
I've been on such an adductum hybrid spree lately, I made a little mistake and got excited upon seeing Olaf's photo. :eek: (blame it on the tryptophan!)

Wendy, I am actually getting gigantifolium x kolopakingii from Sam next week, but he does have other adductum hybrids so he may very well have it. Still worth checking! Sorry for being so flakey.
 
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The palnts are in the nursery of my friend Franz Glanz in Unterwössen in Sourg Bavaria near the border to Austria. It is only some minutes from my home.

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Olaf
 

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