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    Lol. Yeah::
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    Tht red form sure looks like D. sessilifolia.
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    Wasn`t the syn. sesifolia thrown out and proven false?
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    Oh my gosh William. Don't tell me that. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smilie4.gif[/img]
    I know you already have D. sessilifolia and I just sent you seeds from it...along with burmanni green.
    Oh well...now you got more. Hehehe.

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    D.sessilifolia has not been discarded by anyone yet as a synonym of D.burmannii, although there have been talks about the obvious proximity of these two species.
    You are probably getting mixed up with those D.aliciae-like plants going around CP collections labelled as D.sessilifolia.

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