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    here is my lone Lecanopteris(ant fern) im drawing a blank as to what species, ill add it later..........

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    its Lecanopteris pumila
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    Nice L. pumila out there. Can you tell me how long have you kept it and what condition do you have?

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    sorry just noticed this. i gave you the conditions in your thread but i have had it for about 3 months or so. it didnt have much for fronds when i got it and what your seeing is almost all growth since i got it. the hisome isnt growing nearly as fast though
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    Envy envy!!! Too bad that Harry does not have any in stock now...

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    yeah they are a real pain to find. if you watch ebay there are some up for auction every once in awhile. other than maybe ordering them from Wistuba i have no clue of any reliable sources for them.
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    I have a couple of lecanopteris luzonensis, but it is attached to a dead wood branch. If I took it off the host branch will it survive?

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    Sweet Tsonikboy! I'd leave it on the branch, I see no need to remove it. That's how I intend to grow my Lycanos when they arrive from Wistuba in a month or two.

    Rattler do you fertilize it at all? I've taken to fertilizing anything that isn't a Nepenthes about once every week or two with 1/2 strength urea free orchid fertilizers (Grow More brand) and the plants are responding really well. I flush pots with pure RO 2 times a week and will be moving up to 3 times a week when the heat of summer kicks in. My Hydnophytum formicarum has went from a plant outgrowing its 2" seedling pot to outgrowing it's 6" pot and blooming it's first few tiny white blooms in the leaf axils last week. That's all since I recieved it in January. Almost all plamnts have started showing rapid new growth since I started pushing the feed instead of eventually remembering to fertilize.

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