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By Bird
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There is a tag name of one of the pings can anyone tell what the name says the plant is the one by the tag
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By DragonsEye
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My only guess would be Aphrodite. However, the leaves are the wrong shape for that one.
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By ChefDean
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The writing in ink indicates it is P. Bob.
The marker says Aphrodite.
However, I agree that it doesn't look much like an Aphrodite. It looks closer to an agnata, but not quite, like it's been seed grown and is expressing its genes in a different combination than Aphrodite.
By Bird
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There’s one more that the seller gave me but he doesn’t know what it is he calls it blush because of its bright colors when hit by light can you tell me what it is
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By Apollyon
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Those will be a lot easier to gauge when they get larger and change color under light. The first one would be hard to guess because it looks like its going "dormant " When they're entirely green like that, a lot of them look the same.
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