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    My photo thread.

    Well I suppose it's long overdue that I start a photo thread so, here it is.............

    D. spatulata


    D. slackii looking angry after being re-potted.


    D. capillaris - Giant


    D. capillaris


    D. hamiltonii Super mad after being re- potted.


    D. brevifolia


    D. adelae


    D. regia Baby eating a beta pellet.


    D. capensis - Alba Seedlings forming a nice carpet. Thank you Brie.


    D. patens x occidentalis


    Drosophyllum lusitanicum - Aviero, Portugal


    Roridula gorgonius


    Pinguicula 'Titan' Dormant


    P. esseriana


    P. esseriana Flower


    P. rotundiflora


    A few P. laueana growing in pure peat.


    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 01-20-2015 at 02:31 PM. Reason: Nomenclature

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    looks nice, love the last pic

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    'Cephalotus follicularis 'Hummers Giant' fresh out of dormancy.
    Hummer's Giant

    Typical
    Typical

    Nepenthes jamban
    Nepenthes jamban

    Nepenthes burbidgeae - Pig Hill
    Nepenthes burbidgeae - Pig Hill

    N. sanguinea
    Nepenthes sanguinea

    Nepenthes sanguinea

    N. diatus
    Nepenthes diatus

    N.alata - Spotted
    Nepenthes alata Spotted

    N. inermis or possibly N X pyriformis Seedlings
    Nepenthes inermis

    Nepenthes inermis - Seed Grown

    Nepenthes inermis - Seed Grown

    Nepenthes seedlings

    Nepenthes inermis

    N. singlana Seedlings
    Nepenthes singlana - Pasaman seedlings

    N. robcantleyi Some old pics.
    Nepenthes truncata QoH X KoS

    Nepenthes truncata - Queen of Hearts X King of  Spades

    Nepenthes truncata -  Queen of Hearts X King of Spades

    N. truncata - Pasian Highland
    Nepenthes truncata - Pasian Highland

    N. spectabilis - Sibuatan
    Nepenthes spectabilis - Sibuatan

    Nepenthes spectabilis - Sibuatan

    N. fusca
    Nepenthes fusca - Form A

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    Nice pics! How is that roridula kept alive? They require a special bug inhabitant to digest the prey and inject the nutrients into the plant..


    In addition to growing plants, I design and build RC planes powered by Tesla batteries. Check out my progress at www.chargedplanes.com

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    I am in awe of your collection and skill.
    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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    N. veitchii - Pink

    Nepenthes veitchii - Pink

    Nepenthes veitchii - Pink

    N. maxima - Tentena
    Nepenthes maxima - Tentena March 2011

    Random Lowland seedlings.
    Assorted LL seedlings

    N. X trusmadiensis
    Nepenthes X 'Trusmadiensis' Clone 1

    N. X miranda
    Nepenthes X 'Miranda'

    N. burbidgeae X erdwardsiana Still recovering from shipping.
    Nepenthes burbidgeae X edwardsiana

    N. ventricosa X spathulata Old pics, this thing is a monster now.
    Nepenthes ventricosa X spathulata

    Nepenthes ventricosa X spathulata

    N. hamata X platychila
    Nepenthes hamata X  platychila

    N. X 'Black Knight'
    Nepenthes X 'Black Knight'

    Nepenthes X 'Black Knight'

    Nepenthes X  'Black Knight'

    Brocchinia reducta
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    Utricularia calycifida 'Yog Sethoth'
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    soo many pictures! sensory overload! great stuff Cthulhu! thanks for sharing!

    a little edit....
    -i just saw swords post, and im inclined to agree. inermis make pure green pitchers...if there's any coloring to them, it is not molted, but suffused throughout the entire pitcher. i believe the darkest they turn is a light orange color.

    -i also talked to a R. gorgonias grower about Roridula cultivation techniques....from his experience, he says the plant appreciates night time drops as well as staying on the drier side, not unlike Drosophyllum, but slightly wetter.

    best of luck! and looking forward to seeing your progress!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lance View Post
    Nice pics! How is that roridula kept alive? They require a special bug inhabitant to digest the prey and inject the nutrients into the plant..
    The insects don't "inject nutrients into the plant". Roridula actually absorbs the liquid fecal waste of the Pameridea insects which feed on the bugs trapped by the plant. Liquified beta pellets seem to work fine for simulating this.

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