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    Perhaps N. Predator x hamata would be interesting!
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    anything with either of those would be fangtastic [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    sure it would. the teeth on hamata and others like it such as villosa linked to a different type of gene than bicals cause teeth show up in primary hybrids, though not as prominent as in the species
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    Here's one example of the regular N. x Rokko for comparison.

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    Hey just saw rattler's post. Has anyone ever crossed a N. hamata hybrid back on N. hamata before?

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    Rokko x spectabilis


    Another form of the hybrid


    I'll post some other Rokko hybrids later

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Hey just saw rattler's post. Has anyone ever crossed a N. hamata hybrid back on N. hamata before?
    I was going to suggest (bical x hamata) x (bical x hamata)....Might get a seedling or two that exhibits BOTH tooth traits....now THAT would ROCK!
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    Michael,

    It looks primarily like a bical. But what is very attractive to me is the Rokko cross in it for temperature and humidity. I believe Rokko can be grown as a highlander. Bicals detest outdoor conditions, but this guy may be able to take it. How has your plant reacted since you've had it? Does it appear to be more forgiving than a straight bical (No pun intended) as to temperment and shock?

    Joel

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