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Posted: Jul 10 2008, 02:56 PM
Member No.: 314
Joined: 10-July 08
Hello! I am looking for a flowering N. clipeata. This scape was only noticeable a few days ago, and the sex is unknown but it looks like it may possibly be a male. I will update this post if it is actually a female. The origin of any possible mate is not really of interest so long as it is a pure clipeata. The clone number (or lack thereof, if that is unknown) does not matter, as long as you can swear on your life that it is the pure species. Both parties will keep 50% of the seed produced, of course. I will need photo evidence that the person(s) who contacts me owns a flowering N. clipeata. This isn't something you come across every day, so I'm sure you can understand why I'd request that.
This is not my plant. It's the plant of a friend who wanted to stay publicly anonymous (For obvious reasons, especially with the recent theft in the United States!) Once someone comes forward, you will do business with them directly and not through me. Here is a picture to prove that this post is legitimate:
You can private message me, or E-mail me at Cparsonsss@hotmail.com
Thank you, and have a great day.