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Old 02-18-2020, 07:58 PM
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A Restrepia. No idea which one. (Within the genus, so many look similar to each other I wonder how ANYBODY can get it down to species. I see different ones that are supposedly the same species, and others that look the same that are supposedly different.) I love them all...
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Thank you Roberta. Looking around a bit I think it is R. contorta.
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Thank you Roberta. Looking around a bit I think it is R. contorta.
If it is native to that area, certainly could be... I have a R. contorta that looks like that (but also have a R. contorta that is almost solid red... that's where I wonder about the IDs)
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Thank you Roberta yes it is native here.
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