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    Possibly U. bisquamata

    U. bisquamata is what I think. What do you think?

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    Yeah, looks like a white form of U. bisquamata to me. I have a pot of a similar clone in my collection.

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    Yes, it does look like U. bisquamata but not the clone that I cultivate. Please keep me in mind for possible future trades. I grow two other forms, the typical and the Betty's Bay clone.
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    Thanks for the assistance. Tamlin -- I'll keep you in mind for the future.

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    Sorry for being picky but...this is a good example of an image that could have stood some cropping. The photo is 300dpi...way too high a resolution for the internet (should be 72dpi). What is an image of only 5" in width, becomes magnified to a monstrous width at a 72:300 ratio. File size 5.3MB. The actual flower is a small part of the photo...the blurry background has no importance to the subject matter and can be cut out greatly reducing the file size.

    I'm not trying to pick on you. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] But its nice to be considerate of those who don't have high-speed connections. And there are many! High-speed is expensive and there are many of us po' folk out here who don't have it. Any time you CAN crop or resize a photo to a more manageable size, its greatly appreciated.

    Thanks...and very pretty flower!

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    (Saw that one coming a mile away)
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    If you get seeds keep me mind for a future trade. Nice form!!

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    PlantAKiss,

    Sorry, no offense taken. This is one of the first images from a new camera, and I became aware of the problem after posting. BTW, the filesize is 332kB. I've made the picture as a link to reduce bandwidth usage.

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