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    I love your graomos.

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    Those Utrics are crazy! Lucky you, I still can't seem to make U. pubescens happy. Let's hope the latest move to the terra is helping.
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    Thanks all!

    Sorry that last batch of pics was a bit dark, didn't realize until after the fact. To compensate, here are some of the plants in better lighting, and some new ones!

    H. x "Professor B"



    N. ventricosa x robcantleyi:



    N. veitchii:



    N. bokorensis "Mt. Bokor, Cambodia" (AW)



    N. 'Lady Pauline'



    N. truncata "Paisan Highlands" (BE)



    N. inermis "Gunung Gadut, Sumatra" (AW)



    N. GX "Sultan" ((clipeata x ventricosa) x (truncata x veitchii))



    D. schizandra:



    D. adelae:



    D. esmereldae "Cerro Duida"



    D. tokaiensis:



    D. capillaris "Costa Rica"



    D. gramogolensis "Itacaramba, MG, Brazil"



    D. regia (SG)



    D. rorimae (BCP)



    D. regia "Bainskloof"




    Thanks for looking!
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    Nice pictures!

    I'll admit, I do like them on the lighter side. The dark ones with all dark backgrounds get too oppressive at times.
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    Sweet update Gabriel!

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    Great looking plants! Are you fertilizing you regias? Supposedly that's the only sure fire way many people have of getting them past seedling stage. Just curious...
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    Thanks all!

    @Lil, yeah. That last batch was miscalculated on my part. Should have shot with a tripod and gone for a longer exposure. if black backgrounds are done correctly they look nice. But my lighting was terribly executed.

    @Richjam, I feed them occasionally. I haven't fed the seedlings yet, but they are getting to the size where it will become necessary. I've grown regia from seed before, and feeding is certainly a big help. Most people say it is necessary to get them past a certain size.


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    I agree. When done well, I do like the black backgrounds. I have a couple prints at home that a friend made for me of my species Impatiens (I forgot what it's called) and a species orchid (candy corn). He used a black velvet background and stacked about a dozen shots each. They look good. He was going to do a U. sandersonii flower next, but then he got fired, and I couldn't get his home e-mail. Drat!
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