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 Post subject: Phal (Tying Shin Blue Jay x Bacchus)
PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:07 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Phal (Tying Shin Blue Jay x Bacchus)
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Look at that lip! That's fabulous.


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This breaks down to [(Purple Martin x pulcherrima) x (pulcherrima x deliciosa)]. Also, given that there are two hybrids registered as Phal. Bacchus in the RHS, this one is Phal. Bacchus (1973). I just love that lip!

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Then its not a intergeneric right?

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cjmack wrote:
Then its not a intergeneric right?

If your taxonomy is Doritis pulcherrima and Kingidium deliciosa. :lol:

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The coerulea one is amazing. Really love that lip.


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TheBlazingAugust wrote:
This breaks down to [(Purple Martin x pulcherrima) x (pulcherrima x deliciosa)]. Also, given that there are two hybrids registered as Phal. Bacchus in the RHS, this one is Phal. Bacchus (1973). I just love that lip!


Thanks Cody! I was wondering about the parentage! I love that lip too! :lol:

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So cute! <3

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SpeciosaBlue wrote:
Thanks Cody! I was wondering about the parentage! I love that lip too! :lol:

No problem! I enjoy finding out what's behind unfamiliar crosses. It's neat to be able to compare their characteristics and consider what their ancestors are.

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SpeciosaBlue wrote:
Thanks Cody! I was wondering about the parentage! I love that lip too! :lol:

No problem! I enjoy finding out what's behind unfamiliar crosses. It's neat to be able to compare their characteristics and consider what their ancestors are.


Ya know, I have actually been getting into that recently myself! Although, I'm just beginning to dive in, but I do find it so very interesting! :D

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