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Dyckia species

Posted by bryan69 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 1, 09 at 10:00

Not sure if this is a species but it was marked that and it doesen't look like anything I have

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RE: Dyckia species

Hi Bryan, that's gorgeous (^_*)

Last year I received an unknown xeric brom from Dr Joachim, a good German friend
who told me that the plant was collected from somewhere in Brazil.
At first glant I thought it should be a Dyckia, but may be an unknown Deuterocohnia
or even Encholirium too, time will tell when it has flower.



RE: Dyckia species

very interesting. It kind of looks like Laroja. If its not a Dyckia my next guess would be encholirium

RE: Dyckia species

It should emigrate to Australia - I can provide address and sponsorship.

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