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Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

Posted by terpguy 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 28, 08 at 13:52

Phalaenopsis Kuntrarti Rarashati. I suspect it to have been made with the alba form of equestris.


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

Hmm..the image isn't working but it works if you click here....very beautiful cross! :)


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nvm

...never mind the link doesn't work either..I guess you'll have to copy and paste it!


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

Thats so weird. They originally did show up on preview, then i opened the link after posting and it didn't work. Once I copied and pasted the properties url to the address window and hit enter, saw it. Hit back and there it was clear as day in the post. how strange. I had just posted it on webshots just a few minutes before posting it here so maybe thats why...


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

Try pasting the HTML in the body of the post.

Jane


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

this worked on the test forum, lets see if it works here:


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can ya hear me now?

I can see it, how about you all?


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

Nope.

Brooke


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

I use Firefox. I R-click the box and click
'view image' and all the photos appear.

Jane


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

I could see it now, beautiful indeed!

Here is a link that might be useful: Orchid


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RE: Phalaenopsis (equestris x venosa)

wow what a pain in the arse. thanks all for the great comments. I might have to move from webshots, I've posted numerous pics here without a prob, so I know what I'm doin, and I think I've had this problem before, something to do with webshots not allowing this kind of posting...grrrrr!!


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