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    Cool Ping setup, are those containers able to drain?

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    the man with the rubber gloves strikes again

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    Thanks all...

    @Luca, enjoying my glovvedness?
    @Drew, nope, they don't drain. I just dump water in and the pings grow.
    @mooles, yes, indeedily!
    <Av8tor1> as big as peat is, the bear runs not him

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    great looking plants, peat!

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    rubber gloves? lol, dont want your fingerprints popping up on aphis? everything looks good! i suspect the stalk out of the brom is either a flower or a pup.
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    +petiolaris drosera going dormant?
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    Thanks doods!

    Yeah amph, always getting stalked by some international spy group or another.


    Anyways, got some new pics...

    N. 'Lady Pauline' made a nicely coloured pitcher:




    N. veitchii popped a new one:




    U. reniformis has quite the root system:




    N. miranda making a slow recovery after a fungal infection, had to cut it and try rooting, luckily it seems to have struck:




    D. regia seedlings:




    P. 'John Rizzi'




    A project I've been working on for a while, it's a Tepui theme jar, with an assortment of mosses and some D. intermedia "Gran Sabana"




    U. pubescens:




    D. adelae:




    D. schizandra:




    D. graomogolensis:




    H. tatei x sarracenoides is making it's third pitcher:




    There's a bit of a debate going on with this hybrid, here it is, and it's parents. D. capensis "Albino" x aliciae:






    Thanks for looking!
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    You have some awesome stick grass.

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    Lol, thanks... I pride myself on the stickiness of my grass.

    I forgot to include this one... An overview of part of my dew shelf, with madagascarensis in the middle...

    <Av8tor1> as big as peat is, the bear runs not him

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