- Jun 7, 2006
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I'd put money on no. From what I understand, some of the Asian vendors have no qualms about selling flasks of these in the US.bwester said:me neither, wonder if this could in any way be legal?
How does that plant "appear" to be artificially propagated?Kyle said:Well at very least the plants appear to be artificially propagated (and of course the roth x vietnamense is). Compared to ChineseGreen who sells collected plants.
The size and cleaness of the leaves. Plus he also has vietnamense x roth, most taiwan vendors would carry flasks of both.cdub said:How does that plant "appear" to be artificially propagated?
I also gave them a heads-up last night.gore42 said:Yeah, I felt compelled to warn them about the legal status of Paph. hangianum, and sent them a message this morning. Don't know if that's why the pulled it, but it's possible. I was assuming that they bought a flask of hangianum from Taiwan and thought that they were legal, since they were from flask... it's a confusing system, so it seemed like the right thing to warn them.