Wossner black wings?

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  1. Mar 13, 2016 #1

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    Got this from parkside right before they closed as spiderman x pey
     
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    looks like an anitum hybrid.
    Could you re-photograph in better light, please?
     
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    All those multis look alike! :poke:
     
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    The picture was taken 12 - 2014, I'm pondering selling it
     
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    Looks like WBW..def anitum hybrid..anitum pretty much dominates hybrids..and many of them look alike..so hard to be absolutely certain
     
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    To me it doesn't have the classic dark broad dorsal of Wossner Black Wings. So my answer to your question would be no.

    I think I would stick to your label which looks perfectly plausible.
     
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    There is too much adductum for the origional tag
     
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    This is a complex hybrid. You will get a lot of variation. You won't get a standard outcome like a primary hybrid. If you were expecting a hybrid where you would get a phenotype of 25% adductum, you will often be disappointed. Some seedlings will, others won't. This has much more chance of being spiderman x peoy then Wossner Black Wings.
     
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    I'll rebloom it then post better pictures it has one start and one almost full grown new growth
     

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