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1 3/4" long pink blooms
Haha, well maybe you have just created one Steve!The reason we always ask for members to complete the scientific name is because often the same species will have many different names & there are also sometimes several different species that share the same common name!Welcome to the community!
Hi Karen,I made up that common name, LOL. I am new to Project Noah-- what do we do if there are no accepted common names for a species?best,Steve
Thanks for the species ID Steve.
Cute fuzzy flower! Love the spots on the opening. Nice spotting!
Thank you C Daehler!
It looks like a Kohleria species, but you would need to check your local flora list to find which species.http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchidtalk...
Spotted on Dec 9, 2012 Submitted on Dec 16, 2012
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