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Dendrophylax fawcetti, new baby

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by jim4eq, Mar 20, 2011.

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  1. jim4eq

    jim4eq Member

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    Saw this one, and just couldn't resist! I already reserved a flask from Troy, but instant gratification impulses just took over!! Two spikes, the one in the middle is where this kieki formed from the mama plant.

    While loading the car, 4 plants made a prison break and forced me to drive them to a destination of their choice. One look at those vegetative villains, and I knew I had no options if I wanted to survive.
    So now there is a BOLO out for R. glauca, E. phoenicia, E. pyriformis, and a Tolumnia hybrid. Do not attempt to apprehend them as the last two are known to be spiked and dangerous.
    OSF-dphylax fawcetti spike 1a.jpg
     
  2. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    Something really, really ugly is growing on your brownie.
     
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    Turn around and come back south! I think I need a Dendrophylax fawcetti.
     
  4. jim4eq

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    Does kind of look like an albino tarantula, eh??