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    anramitaco's photo thread

    As I was watering the plants this morning, I realized that I've only ever shared photos when I needed an ID or a diagnosis. So, I thought I may as well share with you a few of my plants. Please excuse the poor lighting; it's a rainy, dreary day in New Haven.

    First up, a few of the nepenthes:


    chaniana x veitchii, quite a slow grower for me


    khasiana x Viking (thanks, thez_yo!), first pitcher under my care


    tobiaca, with four "generations" of pitchers, each one larger than the next. It may not be the showiest species, but there's something elegant, I think, about the shape.


    maxima x aristolochioides, outside for the picture


    idem. the newest pitchers are quite red, but soon turn very dark:


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    Here are what I think (hope) are the first sporophytes of some lecanopteris sinuosa:


    L. sinuosa is a messy fern. Everything located under it is covered with spores, including these pings:

    seductora


    cyclosecta


    idem, with flower

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    Finally, a few dews:


    d. montana var. tomentosa (tomentosa var. tomentosa? I'm not sure what this is anymore)


    its very fuzzy flower stalk


    d. graomogolensis is putting out a strange, bifurcated leaf


    "the importance of spacing gemmae"


    d. barbigera


    d. scorpioides

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    My sole cephalotus:



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    N. ventricosa x talangensis:


    N. tobaica x aristolochioides, a recent acquisition. I'm a big fan of tobaica and if its genes are anything like maxima's, this should be a vigorous hybrid. So far the pitchers have been tubby and quite red.

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    Some non-carnivorous plants:

    Dischidia pectinoides (or now vidalii?)


    Hydnophytum sp. The poor thing grows in a windowsill most of the year, hence the horizontal habit (to the light!)




    Pleurothallis alata, a tiny orchid that more than makes up for its size by blooming continuously


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    Wow nice collection dude. Cool orchid

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    Love the pics, especially your dews!

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