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    This was today's good morning surprise from my beautiful plants. I am liking onciciums very much This looks like it has Odontobrassia Kenneth Bivin in it. What do you think?
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    Hi Carmen, I think this might be a hybrid with Odontobrassia Kenneth Bivin. The lip is not pointed enough to be Kenneth Bivin. Usually the lip is more pointy and less round. But, who knows - right!?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Hi Carmen, I think this might be a hybrid with Odontobrassia Kenneth Bivin. The lip is not pointed enough to be Kenneth Bivin. Usually the lip is more pointy and less round. But, who knows - right!?!
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    I agree! That's what I thought. It has some characteristics, but it is not a Kenneth Bivin. Thanks!

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