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Potinara Samantha Duncan 'Red Hot' and Pets

This is a discussion on Potinara Samantha Duncan 'Red Hot' and Pets within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is a fun compact size cattleya. The red flowers are very eye-catching. I've been ...

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    Cool Potinara Samantha Duncan 'Red Hot' and Pets

    This is a fun compact size cattleya. The red flowers are very eye-catching. I've been over-run by the Anoles this year....and they are coming in all sizes and colors. I wish I'd have had a camera handy the other day. I bought some "fairy garden" miniature items and this one black Anole was making the "fairy tree-stump house", his home.

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    beautiful , love a good red

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    This one is 'red hot'. Really beautiful color.

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    Very nice.

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    A really beautiful red. Nice pix of that little lizard.

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    very pretty Catt! The Anole must be keeping the insect population down for you.

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    Connie,

    Your Rlc. Samantha Duncan has the largest genealogical tree I ever did researched.
    166 times species where used to get your hybrid. Of course not all are different species, many where crossed in several times.
    Although the flower is spectacular, specially the color is sensational.

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    I saw that too. I was shocked since many only have a few on the tree. When the information on that one popped up I was as suprised as you.

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    Connie,

    Your Rlc. Samantha Duncan has the largest genealogical tree I ever did researched.
    166 times species where used to get your hybrid. Of course not all are different species, many where crossed in several times.
    Although the flower is spectacular, specially the color is sensational.

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