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    Anyone know if this is the true P. John Rizzi

    Im just guessing on this unknown ping I bought. Any help appreciated.

    Max

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    Hmmmm.....I think it could be P. macrophylla. Definitely a Mexican species.

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    its very tough to ID most ping species/hybrids....a flower will give the most definite answer.

    i highly doubt its macrophylla.... its a rare species and the leavs are more round...rather than wavy.
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    And Pinguicula macrophylla has leaves that are connected to the plant by a narrow petiole.

    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 11-21-2007 at 11:41 AM.
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    Yeah I knew about it being hard to identify without a flower, so ill try to get it to flower.
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