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    im looking for a few things.

    Pings such as P. gigantea. im open to other ideas. ive only got a few hybrids at the moment

    D. paradoxia and related, D regia 'Big Easy', any of the binata family


    have a few things to trade, a nice looking but smaller N. x ventrata with several growth points, this one has pitchered in 20% humidity for me about a year ago but its in 50-60% at the moment and would have to be hardened off again to lower humidity pitchers will look horrible and malformed for a few months but after that its fine

    would have one or two dime sized divisions of U. aureomaculata and U. pauliniae. also have a division or two of the probable U. uniflora( i wont guarentee that thats what it is but it looks like it is and its a much larger flowered species than most of the terrestrials so its a good one to grow) i have a few calycifida cultivars but do to not paying attention the dang things have seeded themselves into each others pots so ill just call them all calycifida without a cultivar name so as not to cause problems in the future.

    i really need to just start over on my Utrics other than the handfull that i know what they are for sure. might do that when i get the new Mantella tank up and running i might just dump the unknowns in there and start from scratch.
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    Ping. grandiflora would be cool too
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    Rattler:include at least a picture of your Ventrata. i was jipped a while ago. i was supposed to get a Ventricosa 'Red' and instead i got a TC Mutant Ventrata. Just saying that yours might not be normal
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    Quote[/b] ] pitchers will look horrible and malformed for a few months but after that its fine
    this is why i was questioning.
    here is a Linkto a post that has pictures.
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    lol i absolute guarentee you it is the 100% sterile female x Ventrata. the malformed pitcher comment was for if yah try to adapt it to lower humidity it throws out 3 or 4 of the most god awful looking pitchers and than goes back to normal. if you have bright light(not full sun, its being grown under flourecents) and 50% humidity it probably wont miss a beat.

    here as an old pic from last summer
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    I've got D. binata; D. binata 'Multifida Extrema' and D. 'Marston Dragon'. I'm interested in your utrics.
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    all of them? or what? dont i owe yah something else also?

    yeah no problem shoot me a pm and we will sort it out.



    for everyone else, still stuff availible
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    I have all the binata clones you could ever want (dicho giant, dicho small red, extrema, 'Martson Dragon), P. gigantea and probably an extra falconeri lying around, maybe a petiolaris too. Let me know.
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    If'n ya don't get what ya need from the above, I have baby P. grandiflora, d. binata (Marston Dragon x Multifida Extrema), and a D. paradoxa I can spare. The afore-mentioned Utrics are not inmy collection.

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