Question: Understanding the ratios of limits of differential equations for different parameters

I have a system of ODEs with parameters, p[i], and variables, x[i].

f := [

associated with the innitial conditions:
[x[1](0) = p[2], x[2](0) = p[3]].

I am interested in sets of parameters where the solution x[1](t) is the same; if [p[1],p[2],p[3]] is associated with a solution x(p,t), and [ph[1],ph[2],ph[3]] is asociated with the solution x(ph,t); then x[1](p,t)=x[1](ph,t) for all t if and only if

[ph[1] = ph[1],
ph[2] = p[2],
ph[3] = -p[1]*p[2]^2+p[2]^2*ph[1]+p[3]]

i.e. ph[1] takes any real value, ph[2] takes the same values as p[2] and ph[3] takes a value determined by the original parameter vector and ph[1].

In a previous question it was demonstrated that x[2](ph,t)/x[2](p,t) rapidly converge on p[1] as t increases for a specific parameter vector that was given in the question (see graph below)


This raises the question does this limit generally hold?

I have struggled to do this in maple and I am suspicious of the answer i have got
limit (x[2](ph,t)/x[2](p,t),t=infinity)=+/- infinity

My question is
+ when does a finite limit exist?
+ what is the finite limit?


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