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    Ozpaph

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    unusual spots
     
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    Daniel Herrera

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    Staminode and inner pouch looks a different color as well.
     
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    gratrixianum x charlesworthii ?
     
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    hybrid.
     
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    seems a new specie from Laos...
    already exists photos of plants sold on the street ...hundreads...quite stable shape and overall morphology...
    Plant is also big...much bigger than the " possible parents" of a man made/natural hybrid...
     
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    I hope it becomes available in the States.
     
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    Unusual, and it does look big


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    Amazing.

    I sure hope this doesn't get obliterated from the wild as so many new species have :(
     
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    of course it will.........................sadly
     
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    Is there any information available yet regarding the habitat or cultural requirements of this new species? I have not been able to find anything yet so far.

    I was actually offered this species by a vendor (never had even heard of it before). I declined, nevertheless, some information about this would be interesting.

    If only it could be made legally available in quantity, to prevent it from being poached to extinction in its habitat. I doubt that will happen.
     
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    You can dream a little bit. Ever heard of CITES? :D
     

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