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    WolframOmega's Highland Terrarium

    Hi all,
    I suppose it's probably time I started a photo thread. Here are some of the more presentable plants in my collection. Enjoy!

    Drosera graomogolensis
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    Drosera tormentosa var montana
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    Drosera slackii
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    Drosera capensis
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    Drosera oblanceolata
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    Drosera hamiltonii
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    Drosera lanata
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    Drosera derbyensis
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    Drosera paradoxa
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    Another clone of D. paradoxa
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    Drosera petiolaris
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    Drosera cistiflora waking up from its beauty sleep
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    Drosera platypoda and browniana have definitely sprouted, but they just can't break surface for some reason.
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    Nepenthes spectabilis
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    Nepenthes edwardsiana
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    Nepenthes burbidgeae x edwardsiana
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    Heliamphora minor
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    Heliamphora ionasi
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    Cephalotus follicularis
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    Most of the subtropical/highland tank
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    My temperate Sarracenia, Dionaea, and Drosera are all pretty much dormant, so I'll leave them out this time. Thanks.
    WolframOmega
    Last edited by WolframOmega; 11-27-2015 at 11:59 AM.

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    Your plants look great! That cephalotus is a good size!

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    Nice looking plants, hoping my graomo gets back to looking like yours soon.
    A note on the D. montana: montana and tomentosa were split into separate species a while back, but if you recognize them as within the same taxon it's montana var. tomentosa, not the other way around.
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
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