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Thread: Anyone still looking for live sphagnum?

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    Is red a sign of maturity or what? So far I have only seen two cases where there is 'red' sphagnum...
    Anyone know how?

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    Would be an interesting camouflage for some varieties of dosera...

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    does anyone kno a site that has info on lfs? and how to care for it?
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    I think it's more a different species thing. I've seen some very vivid red sphagnum out in the field. It was quite different than the other sphagnum growing nearby, it was much smaller and only the head was bright red, the rest of the plant was almost completely white with specs of red. But it still formed tight "hummocks" and was small and short like the brown stuff that grows all over Alaska.

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    Sphagnum can change color whenever they want. Ivan Snyder grows his in a bowl under intense lighting, and they change regardless of lighting.

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    Emesis- is that true of all species? Because it seems like certain species are always the same color, at least in the wild.

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