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    Very nice looking plants / photos!

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    love this thread. the up close pics of the pings remind me of anemones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo View Post
    I have a lauanea that did this.. it is now a clump of them.
    Did the plants keep the crested growth? Any

    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    I've had Drosera falconeri do this.


    Almost all my Mexican Pinguicula have done this one time or another.
    Nice shot of cristate growth on the D. falconeri NaN.

    Did your mexi-pings all resort back to typical growth or were some able to divide and still maintain the cristate growth?




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    The cristate jauvemensis reminds me of one of those parade chinese dragons being slowly undelated by the people controlling it's joints.

    I love the pics you took! I've reread this thread twice now! I hope you post more pics!

    Anyone have pics of a cristate P. Laueana or P. Pirouette? I want to see! XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemousey View Post
    The cristate jauvemensis reminds me of one of those parade chinese dragons being slowly undelated by the people controlling it's joints.

    I love the pics you took! I've reread this thread twice now! I hope you post more pics!

    Anyone have pics of a cristate P. Laueana or P. Pirouette? I want to see! XD
    Thanks Firemousey.

    Here is a pic I took yesterday, with double-wide leaves now being made.



    There will be a definite pattern made with these double-wides, with them growing down the axis and also back in a diagonal line, to begin with.

    Then, who knows, maybe crops circles.



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    Last edited by dvg; 05-07-2013 at 01:16 PM.

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    Haha! You can blame it on little green men!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemousey View Post
    Haha! You can blame it on little green men!
    Yeah, probably - my mexi-pings haven't been wearing their little tinfoil hats as of late.




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    That is so cool. Too bad flytraps aren't as exciting when THEY divide.

    This is so much like meiosis it's creepy. If I found cells dividing on a tiny scale interesting, a whole PLANT dividing in two is incredible.

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