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    It's from gublers if that's any help to anyone.[img]C:\Program Files\America Online 7.0\download\S_Plant1.jpg[/img]

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    okay, how about now?

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    Does not look like lutea... maybe moranensis.
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    Doesn't really look like a moranensis either, the leaves are too long and narrow. Have you had it long?
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    i saw one that looked just like it on the net, i believe it was P. planifolia.

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    I've had it for about four months. It was in sad shape when I got it and now it's amazing. Made me fall in love with pings. Anyways, so it's definately not p. lutea. D@mn Gublers and their labeling. I have three plants on here right now from gublers waiting to be identified. p.planifolia. I'll have to go find a picture.

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    with out any tips, i was going to say it was a Ping. motezuma or a X Aphrodite.
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    What do you mean by tips? Leaf length or something. It's never flowered on me so I can't tell you that. Thanks for the help. Shauntell

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