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By Panman
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I've got another pot of mystery dews kicking around under my lights. This one is really nice looking. It looks almost identical to a spatulata 'Tamlin' that I have. This one has white flowers, each with a varying number of petals. So, what do you think it is?
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By oval
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The little one looks more spatulata-ish. Did the two bigger ones look like that when they were younger, or two different varieties?
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By evenwind
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For me, any Spat-ish but nameless interloper gets tagged with something meaningless but obvious like "D.spatulata (?) hitchhiker, type 1".

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