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    i finally recieved my 4 cute little P. Moranensis today and they are sleeping as of now. when are you all going to wake your pings up?
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    When they start growing normal leaves, I guess.

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    so they come out on their own....im a newbie at pings if you didnt know [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    My moranensis started forming middle-sized leaves. I'm planning to wake them up on this weekend.
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    My P. "titan" just produced an underground hibernaucula(thanks to macrophylla parent). Hoe long should it be dormant for?

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    I keep my Mexican pings on a window sill all year round and let the temperature fluctuations and natural photoperiod affect their cycles. Right now, most of mine have fishscale sized leaves.

    I have a P. grandiflora that apparently has formed a hibernaculum and a couple of gemmae. I was told that it should be a couple of weeks before I see some action. Maybe your Titan will be similar?

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    Slurm,

    P. macrophylla stays dormant for quite some time. 5+ months in habitat if I am remembering correctly.

    I have just gotten my P. macrophylla to wake up, it went down in sep/oct. I have had it at 80+ degrees day 65+ night, 17 hour photo period since X-mas, keeping it very wet seemed to make the difference in getting to wake up or just time alone
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