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Phalaenopsis x intermedia

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    Default Phalaenopsis x intermedia





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    Such a different shape, nice soft colors. It's Pretty!!!
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    that's very elegant looking, i like the pastel flames on the lip.
    how big is it?

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    Phal x intermedia is a naturally occurring hybrid that's what the x before the species/hybrid name indicates between Phal equestris and Phal aphrodite.

    Naturally occurring hybrids are unusual enough that taxonomists let the hybrid name be spelled lower case, like a species name would appear. The x that precedes it indicates it's a natural hybrid.

    It's a beaut, Nelson! My Phal aphrodite is blooming. If I get a chance tomorrow I'll snap a picture.

    Have you built your equestris popuation back up to any degree?

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    Default Thank you, guys.

    Have you built your equestris popuation back up to any degree?

    Nope...that will have to wait.

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