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    D leucostigma was D. nitidula ssp leucostigma and D. allantostigma was D. nitidula ssp. allantostigma. They both have that nitidula look. As said before it is alost impossible to tell them apart if you dont show some flower pics. Just a hint....if the flowers have red stigmas then your leucostigma is something else!
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    I love these pots of plants you end up with Jim.

    Is that regia one you started or the one that is just hanging on?

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    Blake! The regia is one that has had a bit of the "phoenix" experience. I can't seem to get it past 2 decent leaves at a time. The spatulata or dielsiana is what came from you. I'm just not sure which it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark.ca View Post
    D leucostigma was D. nitidula ssp leucostigma and D. allantostigma was D. nitidula ssp. allantostigma. They both have that nitidula look. As said before it is alost impossible to tell them apart if you dont show some flower pics. Just a hint....if the flowers have red stigmas then your leucostigma is something else!
    I've never had gemmae that was specifically called leucostigma, I definitely have had allanstostigma. I won't even mention erricksoniae or omissas or accidentalis (sic)...

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    hmmm... i'll check the flowers in a few weeks when i go home. it's seems i must've mislabeled somewhere down the line.
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    I cant remember what I sent you. Were they seeds? If so then they should be dielsiana.


    Glad to hear its still the same regia. Mine are still hanging on. I about lost one after a repotting but both continue to thrive.

    I will send you a PM soon.

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    Okay, then these must be the spatulata.

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