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Old 02-01-2020, 12:44 PM
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The foliage looks like my sophronitis mantiqueirae with the red pigment on the edges of the short leaves.
No, it's not mantiqueirae. I have mantiqueirae, it is bigger, and foliage more dark reddish-green color and more rounder, wider, and has very many, many tiny wrinkles, like shagreen leather. All my sophronities has red pigment on the edges, because I use a lot of bright light I wait flower, to exclude cernua

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My Sophronitis pygmaea bloom. But is it pygmaea? Let is it Sophronitis acuensis? I don't think that it's mantiqueira, because mantiqueira really more bigger and have round lip.

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The foliage looks like my sophronitis mantiqueirae with the red pigment on the edges of the short leaves.
Is it Sophronitis pygmaea? Or is it accuensis? Or is it mantiqueirae? Who is it?

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Dunno, but that’s awesome!
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Stunning!
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Holy crap that’s gorgeous!
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I thought I could upload pictures of mine for comparison. One focusing on leaves and the other on the flower. The flower is about 15mm wide.

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