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    One more help!

    Please ID !
    thanks for any help.


    1 Is it a N. belly?


    2


    3


    4 Is it a N. thorelli?


    5 Is it a N. thorelli?


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    Thanks for help me.

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    I hate ID'ing neps but here it goes:

    I think #1 looks a lot like the sibuyanensis's I have. Bellii's usually have wings, do they not?

    #3 looks like one of those fancy Hawaiian hybrids, so I'm not even gonna try.

    #4 looks really nice; it may have thorelii in it or be some form of it.

    #5 looks like the thorelii's I've seen. Also looks kinda mirabilis-ish.

    #6 looks like a rubra hybrid.

    #7 looks like a flava hybrid.

    #8 looks like another rubra hybrid.

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    8 might be judith hindel x rubra

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    I'll try the ones I have some sort of idea of...

    2: Looks like either pure clipeata, clipeata x eymae, or clipeata x (clipeata x eymae)

    7: definately has flava in it

    8: Looks like rubra ssp jonesii, although probably a hybrid with it
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    Yeah, the last one has the same coloration as my ssp jonesii, but the shape is wrong.

    Either way, you have some great looking plants on your hands, Marcos!

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    6. s. rubra ssp. alabamensis ..... tissue culture plant from Florida
    7. possible S. flava ... I've had stressed plants look like this

    I agree with Jefforever about 8.

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    Thank you very much for help me.
    After this, we have now identified:
    1- N. sibuyanensis
    6-S. rubra ssp alabamensis
    8-S. rubra ssp jonesii
    I was thinking that plant 8 was a S. alata īrubra`. Has Somebody a photo of this plant?
    Thanks again.

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