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    P.esseriana is naturally located closer to the States than to the equator. Their seasonal photoperiod should fluctuate quite a bit, although probably not as much as the seasonal photoperiod in the States.

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    Thanks CP2K, I appreciate the detailed info.

    How are you able to get the details like that?

    I sure would be able to find out more about where these little gems come from.
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    PinguiculaMan, your plant photos are just too good. If I keep seeing them I'm going to want every Sundew and Butterwart on the planet. LOL
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    Hi PinguiculaMan,

    Have you checked out this website: World of Pinguicula

    Last year, Alfred Lau came to the LACPS meeting and gave a wonderful presentation on Mexican pings and their habitat/locations.

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    Darcie,
    Thanks for the encouragement.

    CP2K,
    Thanks for the site info. Very nice site.
    Joseph Clemens
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    Well, my esseriana finally flowered. I accidentally replaced the old pic from my site with a same-named file, but anyhow, you can see the pics of the flowers above.
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    Very nice plant and the flower is just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing it.
    Joseph Clemens
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