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    P. esseriana or jauvamensis?

    little help on the id please?


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    Yup, it is deffinitly one of those.

    QUite seriously I have never been able to distinguish between the two nor have I met anyone who can from pics or plants. Not sure what genius decided they were worthy of seperating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro View Post
    Yup, it is deffinitly one of those.

    QUite seriously I have never been able to distinguish between the two nor have I met anyone who can from pics or plants. Not sure what genius decided they were worthy of seperating.
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    P. esseriana
    P. jaumavensis

    by looking at the flowers. P. jaumavensis has darkish streaks on the inside of the flower....P. esseriana doesn't. by looking at these pics and yours i say you have esseriana
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    from the pics it looks more like P. esseriana

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    Quote Originally Posted by glider14 View Post
    by looking at the flowers. P. jaumavensis has darkish streaks on the inside of the flower....P. esseriana doesn't. by looking at these pics and yours i say you have esseriana
    Alex
    This is not necessarily true. I have a jauvamensis clone that lacks the streaks and an esseriana that has streaks.
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    Thanks all, I think I'll have to go with P. esseriana as well. Mine seems to have the less rounded petals with space between them as well as the non overlapping top two petals.

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