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Paphiopedilum anitum

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    Default Paphiopedilum anitum

    Paphiopedilum anitum in bloom

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    Aka Paph. adductum.

    It's lovely Alberto! Just a single flower? Any more buds?

    Julie

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    a variety of the adductum, considered from some like botanical species, the flower is single the closing is of my Graziano friend. l'adductum it has sepalo dorsal the more luminosity. Bye

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    Thanks, I didn't realize it was considered its own species.

    Julie

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    Nice... I saw one of these without a pouch and even that flower was very imposing... quite large flowers for the size of the plants... your friend is very lucky to have one flowering.

    Cheers,
    tim

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    striking dark color. we need to get more sib crosses of this variety in the USA!

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    Very nice indeed.

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