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Muscarellas!

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by Alfonso Doucette, Sep 21, 2022.

  1. Alfonso Doucette

    Alfonso Doucette Active Member

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    Muscarella is a genus of species formerly attributed to Pleurothallis and Specklinia. They are miniatures with spidery little blooms!

    Looking for the following species happy to purchase or trade. The amount I'm willing to pay for each species provided after the species name. List of plants I have available for trade below!

    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) latilabris - will pay $100 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) rojohnii - will pay $65 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) kennedyi - will pay $45 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) intonsa - will pay $45 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) discalis - will pay $45 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) cabellensis - will pay $45 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) samacensis - will pay $30 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) cestrochila - will pay $30 for a division
    Muscarella (Pleurothallis) zephyrina - will pay $25 for a division (looking for purple or striped forms)

    Also looking for Andreettaea (Pleurothallis) ocellus - will pay $30 for a division

    Here is a list of species I have available for trade! Only looking for Muscarellas and Andreettaea.

    Lepanthes escobariana
    Lepanthes martineae
    Lepanthes tsubotae
    Lepanthes telipogoniflora
    Stelis carnisolabia
    Masdevallia datura
    Masdevallia hirtzii
    Masdevallia naranjapatae
    Masdevallia unguentum
    Masdevallia andreetteana
    Porroglossum muscosum
    Porroglossum dreisei
    Phloeophila cymbula
    Octomeria estrellensis
    Restrepia cuprea
    Trisetella hoeijeri
     
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