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Thread: D.capensis x paradoxa?

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    yes i want to know!!
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    It's probably been done in Japan

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    and ends :P

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    Yeah, just the other day I was looking at my D. capensis plant, and I noticed on one of its leaves, the words 'Made in China' were printed on it.

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    Well, D. capensis and D. paradoxa would not cross each other, I am afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Well, D. capensis and D. paradoxa would not cross each other, I am afraid.
    Care to offer any sort of elaboration? I mean, is there a physiological explanation, or is it something that has been noted after attempts?
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    I think it might be a question of karyotypes.

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