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Paph IQ 6

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    Well, now it's my turn to give you guys, especially all the paph heads in residence a challenge. I believe this is a good one, i.e. not too easy to guess but it is not too difficult either.

    I wish I was able to take more pictures of this beauty but the weather has not been cooperating and I just got back from my trip late yesterday. The flowers just completely open while I was away.

    Same rules as proposed by Diane are applied here. Ask questions (publicly if you wish) away until one of the parents is known. I won't say much until questions are asked! The picture reflects true color. Have fun.
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Is Paph stonei one of the parents?

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    Hi Paphman910,
    You are doing well in the guessing but regretably, I have to say no. Paph stonei is NOT ONE of the PARENTS. Wording of questions is very important in figuring out this one. Continue to have fun, you guys!!!!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Yikes...I'm cooked!

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    Is it a complex cross between a Stonei primary hybrid and another Coryopedilum?

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    (Oh dear, how cooked were you, Julie?)

    Very good wording!
    It looks like you are closing in (rather too quickly, now I am disappointed with this one!).
    Yes, it is a cross between a stonei primary hybrid and a Coryopedilum!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Don't be disappointed, oh Speedo King!

    Because that's where I'll pass the torch...

    Not having any clue what complex Stonei critters look like...

    Cheers!
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    Oh come on, Julie!
    You already passed a critical hurdle! Now it's all about the details!!! Hehehehehe! (Ask more questions, that will direct you guys to more productive channels of possibilities...)
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    It's all over my head but I like to read !!!

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    It's pretty much over my head too, Molly (Paphman's first question was huge), but I love to play it!

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