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Thread: S. 'needs IDing' *dial up*

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    S. 'needs IDing' *dial up*

    Hey all,
    So I bought this Sarr from keehn early this spring, it has since flowered, and I crossed it with a Purp Venosa. Now initially, Rick thought it was a flava all green, but i have since gotten a flava all green from Jack, and they are totally different. My best guess is a rubra, but I'll let you guys be the judges. Thanks!







    The cream colored pot




    The yellow and green flower, the other is the cross partner, purp venosa


    Happy ID'ing!
    Grow list...
    http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=114907

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    Seems more like a hybrid to me. :x
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    Looks like there are some alata influences in there.

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    Looks like a bit of alata but the coloration is similar to rubra. I'd say it's a hybrid as well.

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    Yeah, I was also thinking that it has S. alata in it.
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    reminds me alot of flava x alata or reverse?

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    Looks like pure alata to me.

    It's a more varied species than people realise.

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    yeah, i see no flava influence. i'd go with alata too.

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