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    The Sphagnum looks like S. palustre, obtusum, or amblyphyllum. Where did it come from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    The Sphagnum looks like S. palustre, obtusum, or amblyphyllum. Where did it come from?
    I have no clue actually.. I believe a small bit of this came with some plants I got a while back. I took bits of it and put it in a few pots... closed my eyes and counted to ten and its conquered the pot. Grows thicker and fuller than a majority of the sphag I have definitely.
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    Location would help, since I just found an awesome site that lets me enter map coordinates and pulls up a species list. I do know palustre grows really fast.

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    Hmm, maybe Ron (RL7386) may know. Think some of the moss came with some of his utrics.
    Last edited by zlookup; 04-25-2012 at 05:30 AM. Reason: correction
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    If it's Hawaiian it's 90% likely to be S. palustre.

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    When I snapped the Truncata pic, the pitcher was a little over 9.5". I had been disappointed Hopi it would at least break 10". I looked it again and noticed it seemed taller than I last recalled. A new measure showed it was now 10.5". Amazing how long after openin up these things continue to grow in size.
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    Great pics and plants

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    That N. truncata is absolutlely gorgeous! Looks like the lowland form? Is that right?
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    That is a fantabulous truncata.....

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