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Mish- Mosh #2

This is a discussion on Mish- Mosh #2 within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; You all are so E-VEAL .... Paph. Timmy-O-ense eh? The one with a blue pouch? ...

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    You all are so E-VEAL ....

    Paph. Timmy-O-ense eh? The one with a blue pouch? Strangely, I have not heard of this one ... Got to do more research on this, I am afraid ... Is it one of those Freakenstein paph that you have been brewing in your backyard, Timmy-O? Or the other RVO forum photoshop competition gave you the inspiration to create this one for us, paph newbies? Hehehhehehee!!! Has it been registered with the Royal Horticultural Society yet? Hehehehehee ...

    Julie, why does Timmy have to loosen up the clamps?

    Diane, I saw Norito again last night at our society meeting. He think that plant might be a tetraploid ... Just have to be careful with tetraploid, you want its offspring fertile ... not paphiogenstein like Paph. Timmy-O-ense ... Hehehheehee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoa Tony Nguyen
    Julie, why does Timmy have to loosen up the clamps?
    Why Hoa,

    The clips are too tight - Paph. timmy-o-ense Have we determined it's a species? is turning blue! Could be Cyanosis...

    Julie

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    So Timmy-O has been choking his paph with the dragonfly clamps, until the pouch turned blue, then claimed it is a new species, Paph. Timmy-O-ense! Clever chap, I have to say so he can have something named after the lad himself, eh? Hehehheee!!! E-VEAL!!!

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    I'm a splitter.. so I claim new species!

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    Can someone tell me what is the last picture from???

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    Quote Originally Posted by diogo
    Can someone tell me what is the last picture from???

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    Do you mean the pictures at the beginning of the post? They were an unnamed peloric phal., paph Berenice, and a Pleuro... I think Hoa may know the name of the Pleuro.

    If you mean the blue pouch paph, that it Tim's (bench72) creation...

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    I believe that plant is Pleurothallis teaguei. It is a very large and showy Pleuro, and you don't need magnifying glass to see the blooms from this one. It is quite a magnificent plant when not in bloom and even more so when in bloom!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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