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    Orange flowered leuco

    Some one intrigued me with the possibility of an orange flowered leuco. I cannot find a picture of these anywhere. Has anyone seen one of these and/or maybe know where I can see a picture of one/ I have checked the photofinder.....gawd there are a lot of leuco pics there....
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    I don't know about an orange flowered form just the typical red and the yellow flowered forms. Perhaps an infra hybrid would yield an orange flower. Or, more likely, you have a high leuco influenced moorei
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    There's a yellow flowered leucophylla. There's probably some moorei or, most likely, alata hybrids that have the appearance of leucophylla but intergrade flowers out there.

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    I agree with Pyro and Alexis. It could be a yellow flowered leuco crossed w/ a red flowered one or a very leuco-esque moorei.

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    Here is one...

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    THose petals look red to me... The sepals have an orange tint but that is normal for the species. Plus, it looks like the lower flower is coming from a plant that does not show the pitchers so it may not be a leuco plant. THe plant on the upper part of the pic goes with the dark red bloom on the upper corner (follow the stalk down.)
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