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    ceph. Hummers Giant

    Up for trade , adult division Hummers Giant , this hummer has one adult and one juvenile crown, and is growing very well now.
    I'm interested in intermediate Nepenthes . and Heliamphora's I dont have,
    Please add pics. I would like to see your offer .
    Check my grow list, it should be up to date.
    I may consider other offers too , but please try and make a fair trade, Im on this forum to trade, learn, and share, so i will consider all offers.
    I have no Utricularia, in my collection , and might consider these as well , but if you offer be prepared to help me get started with some advise.
    Some one will get this ceph. I dont even need you to explain why you think you deserve it. I like sharing with every one.
    All I ask is be sure you can care for it before you trade, dont take it unless you think you can keep it going.
    You can make an offer here, or you can PM me if you like.
    I'll let anyone interested know in a few (say 4 days). If I get any offers. thanks for looking.
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    I recently lost all my cephs in a tragic car crash. I've since been struggling to rebuild it. I've gotten a couple here and there, but I'd love something larger than a quarter. I promise I can properly care for it.
    Mine a month after arrival:


    6 months later(right before my cephs fell off a cliff and died on impact):




    I've got LOTS to offer in trade.. take a look at the grow list, and/or I can hook you up with a great Utric collection, I.e.:
    U. amythestina
    U. bisquamata
    U. blanchetii
    U. calcyfida 'Pink'
    U. calcyfida 'Yog Sethos'
    U. dichotoma
    U. fulva
    U. gibba
    U. inflata
    U. juncea
    U. livida
    U. longifolia
    U. praelonga
    U. pubescens
    U. sandersonii
    U. sandersonii 'Blue'
    U. subulata
    U. tricolor
    U. warburgii
    U. welwichii

    Go from zero to overstocked on utrics in one deal!!







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    I can also throw in a nep or two that would love some intermediate conditions right about now. LOTS to choose from..



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    Well i can offer a couple flytraps and a dew. The pics show a sawtooth, red pirhana and a drosera graomogolensis. I have to add that the dew is not the one in the picture, that was taken before I divided it and they are just starting to take off again. Butch was the guy I got the dew from, another awesome trader. You've done well growing this ceph !





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    Intermediate nepenthes you say?.....



    I can send several cuttings of any of these neps....or several of each if you want (all but the copelandii are unrooted)

    N.alata "D" form.....(the one on the right)



    N.sanguinea "Blood red"



    N.copelandii "Mt Apo" (I only have one rooted cutting of this)
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

    My growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...255#post961255

    Video of my birth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xc5wIpUenQ

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    I forgot to mention that I have a heli not on your grow list. So I can do a H.hetero x minor, large utric collection, and a couple neps of great health. I think that'd be close to even..

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    I don't have much to trade, but to pass up an opportunity such as this without even trying would be criminal. A plant that beautiful is worth the risk of a little embarrassment.

    N. tobaica (Yes it is still super tiny, but it's a tough little guy, and ever since it *finally* settled in it's been quite vigorous.)

    N. spectabilis x talangensis
    I would send the basal (which I would cut off, so it would probably be an unrooted cutting):

    Here's the mother plant which is starting to produce some really beautiful pitchers:


    After writing all of that out, I am certain that it is a horribly inadequate trade offer, but you did say "no matter how small"

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    I will make my decision from the things offered at this point.
    thanks every one for all the nice offers,

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    I'll PM You!

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