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    Do you have any pictures of the actual plants for trade? I have limited space for trading ventures but if the size is right, I might have a proposition for you.

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    Shucks, wish't I had something to trade.
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    D. muscipula & D. muscipula 'Red Dragon'(barely)

    Sarracenia leucophylla(seedling)

    S. purpurea and Drosera filiformis filiformis/ intermedia seeds waiting to sprout.

    Drosera capensis

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    Would you be interested in a few vft 'clumping cultivar' plantlets or leaf cuttings?
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    I can sure try and take a pic and send it to you. Not the best camera. Looks just liek the pic of Aarons when he first got it(from the Nep forum).

    Joe

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    Joe, photos of the plants that you sent to me are at
    http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz7001/zph...edLeopard.html
    The photos were taken 3 days after I received them.

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    So Joe do they interest you?
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    Bob,

    Wow, they really arrived in great shape!
    Sorry about the pitcher that looks like it was squeezed, but that is how they came to me, too. I can't imagine they will look like that when it produces it's own for you.
    PB, Really not sure about that one...I use to have VFT that did that on their own....never would have thought of calling them a cultivar (all of you who are on the CP listserve know what can happen, whether you agree or not with the arguements on that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Oct. 19 2004,11:23)]PB, Really not sure about that one...I use to have VFT that did that on their own....never would have thought of calling them a cultivar (all of you who are on the CP listserve know what can happen, whether you agree or not with the arguements on that).
    As you know, there is a VFT named 'Clumping Cultivar'. However, as Joe mentioned, it is not uncommon for some VFTs to form dense clumps for a year or so and then eventually grow out of that behavior into a "normal" growth form. I would think that a VFT that warrants a cultivar status because of its' clumping form should maintain that form throughout its' life, and clones from that plant would grow similarly. I have never seen D'Amato's clone, or asked him about it, so I must reserve judgement.

    Here is what the ICPS Database has to say.
    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]N: $[Dionaea 'Clumping Cultivar' {D'Amato}]
    P: Savage Garden:66 (1998)
    S: =[Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}]
    HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
    B: ?P.D'Amato
    Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
    Description: Savage Garden:66 (1998)
    "these plants produce clumps of rosetted growing points, which result in a mound of densely packed leaves."

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