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Somewhere along the way its got mixed up and mounted with cleisostoma chantaburiense which is autum flowering, i thought this might be a cleisostoma as well but its not in my books. I'm guessing its from a dry, deciduous forest habitat.

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Sorry, can't help with this one, but I hope someone on here will be able to!

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I would look under the genus of Luisia I use to grow some species in Singapore, it could Luisia taurine.



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blondie wrote:
I would look under the genus of Luisia I use to grow some species in Singapore, it could Luisia taurine.


Just a had quick look and Luisia looks like it, thanks. L. teres looks similar, have to do some proper research tonight, thanks!



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