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    that D. Capensis 'Albino' is superb? Is that the D. capensis 'alba narrow leaf' ?


    Great picks all. Drosera36 you always seem to have a pic or two to show. Awesome


    I gotta admit too that bugs do seem to ruin the look a bit... or enhance it. I guess for me it balances eachother out.
    that makes no logic

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]that D. Capensis 'Albino' is superb? Is that the D. capensis 'alba narrow leaf' ?
    i really have no idea. it came as a hitch hiker in one of peters pots. but its got those pink glands and white flowers.
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    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ Jan. 07 2007,11:01)]For some reason, after I read Clint's post, I imagined a fat man without a shirt rubbing D. capensis leaves all over himself. Maybe I shouldn'ta posted that....
    That's enough Coniine for you, buddy!


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    Here is a neat one,




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    Quote[/b] (xvart @ Jan. 07 2007,4:27)]Ooh ooh! I am going to love this thread! My favorite pictures are of bug deaths. I have one on my office computer from a vft that I'll have to add tomorrow! I can't wait!

    xvart.
    Here it is. Nothing too exciting, but this was the first time I saw the exoskeleton remains after I got my first vft some time ago.



    Jeremiah - Do you know what kind of spider that is? Did you just happen upon it or did you release it to its death?

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    Quote[/b] (Finch @ Jan. 07 2007,10:12)]I gotta admit too that bugs do seem to ruin the look a bit... or enhance it. I guess for me it balances eachother out.
    I completely agree. Some pictures look hideous. Others capture the sheer marvel of the mechanics behind the plants. One plant I really don't like to see with bugs is a ping. I like the look of clean pings.

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    Quote[/b] ]Jeremiah - Do you know what kind of spider that is? Did you just happen upon it or did you release it to its death?
    tis the deadly black widow. something dangerous to humans. killed by a plant. thats funny
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    Quote[/b] (JustLikeAPill @ Jan. 08 2007,10:33)]
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    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ Jan. 07 2007,11:01)]For some reason, after I read Clint's post, I imagined a fat man without a shirt rubbing D. capensis leaves all over himself. Maybe I shouldn'ta posted that....
    That's enough Coniine for you, buddy!

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    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Jan. 08 2007,3:48)]
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    Quote[/b] ]Jeremiah - Do you know what kind of spider that is? Did you just happen upon it or did you release it to its death?
    tis the deadly black widow. something dangerous to humans. killed by a plant. thats funny
    Alex
    That's what I originally thought, but it just seemed a little out of place. Maybe because I have never seen a black window "in the flesh." How cool. I still want to know if he just stumbled upon the black window or released it to the plants for a great photo op. I can't imagine anyone would release a pet. Maybe it was caught elsewhere?

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