My handwriting is atrocious I know! Here are the correct spellings. Please help avoid future confusion by taking the time to correct your labels:
D. Puleaua ssp. Tricholualis ( I have 4, they are about 1/2 an inch in height)
Correction: D. paleacea ssp. trichocaulis
D. Nitulda ssp. nit. X D pygmaea W.A. west coast form (3 plantlets, very small)
Correction: D. nitidula ssp. nitidula x D. pygmae
D. Callisteus ssp Tricheallis (4 plantlets, bout 1/2 inch in height)
Correction: D. callistos (there is no ssp. although the form I sent was labelled as "Brookton Form").
Ok, packages went out monday. I have 2 more to send out, so most should recieve them either tommorrow or thursday.
Now, like Tam, I have horrendous handwriting. And instead of trying to fit in some of these longer names on a clear baggie with a sharpie I number coordinated them instead.
So here it is. Match up the number on the bag to the number here for identification.
1. D. paleacea ssp. trichocaulis
2. D. callistos (Brookton form)
3. D. nitidula ssp. nitidula x D. pygmae (West cost form)
4. D nitidula X ?
5. D. Occidentallis ssp Austrailis
7. Unkown 1
8. Unkown 2
Thanks to Tam for the spelling correction (although unsure of number 5)
So that there is no confusion, if you have a baggie that has a big 1 on it, the plant inside is D. paleacea ssp. trichocaulis, so on...
Thanks for playing
Casper, do you know whether you can send plantlets international or not?
I live in singapore and I would like some however I do not know whether the law (both here and there permits you to send plantlets from where you live in and me from recieving them here in singapore)