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    WOW. I had to scroll back up to remind myself who the grower of such a beautiful spread was. Very nice.

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    Haha! Thanks!

    I was taking some photos during my tryptophan induced torpor and some of them turned out:

    A bad photo of D. regia but I like seeing the sessile glands:



    A D. regia leaf unfurling:



    I have not yet shown any Utricularia in this thread and my seedgrown longifolia are looking good:





    Love cephalotus:



    N. veitchii is drooling a little bit, just like me at christmas dinner:


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    Awesome pics.
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    Super collection and incredible photos! Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Awesome collection and shots Peatmoss and your sundews are beautiful!

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    Thanks! You should see the plants I don't show, much more horticultural mediocrity going on off screen ladies and gentlemen.

    More pictures:

    D. ordensis never fails:





    My first Pinguicula propagation success, P. cyclosecta:



    D. paradoxa is also quite nice:



    P. gigantea is my favorite ping by far, very tough:



    Sphagnum growing in with some D. adelae, this sp does well in lowland conditions but I believe it is a temperate species:



    D. adelae, my favorite dew to photograph since it has so much dew all the time:



    N. veitchii:


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    And I am back!

    D. slackii is getting a little bigger:



    D. burmanii "typical" is looking good:



    Bad photo of my schizandra:



    D. capensis "red" does not have the colouration that I think it should:



    Thanks for looking!

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    Is there anyone out there?

    The fuzz on D. ordensis is surprisingly water repellent:



    D. burmanii:



    D. capensis "albino":



    Cephalotus finally has it's red on:



    Utricularia longifolia, I would have liked a slightly longer plane of focus on this one but I have yet to get a photo stack program:



    Thanks for looking!

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