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    Good grief, how did a mole end up in your living room?

    The best I can top that with is a baby garter snake in my kitchen.
    The profile pic that you see above is my actual photo. I am a hyper-intelligent snake that has learned to use the internet and I will eventually rule you all.

    Just kidding..... Or am I?

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    what a crazy mole! was it just blindly scooting around your living room floor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip_Side_the_Pint View Post
    what a crazy mole! was it just blindly scooting around your living room floor?
    Pretty much...I heard some scratching sounds and it was just running around, probably looking for a place to dig. I was surprised that even with me walking around it didn't react until it touched it. I figured the vibrations would have tipped him off.

    Time for some more pictures I think:



    N. ventricosa x angasanensis showing off its "wax zone."



    N. sumatrana seedlings (4) at just over 2 months after germination.



    My first Cephalotus that came in the mail yesterday. It's a pretty fresh division and doesn't really have any roots yet so I'll be keeping a close eye on it.




    Some current pictures of my Helis. The H. minor has a bit of trouble with the moderate ambient humidity but the H. heterodoxa really doesn't seem to care.



    A lacewing enjoying a carrot flower.



    A female goldenrod crab spider.
    Last edited by nimbulan; 07-10-2016 at 05:00 PM. Reason: The spider's actually female!

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    Those sumatrana seedlings are very exciting. Keep us posted. I'd love to see where those end up in a year or two from now.

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    N. sumatrana is a great species, always ends up looking good once they mature.
    Good luck with getting the Ceph to root; repotted mine a while back, and one plant crashed and is barely alive, the other just making flat leaves...
    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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    Another interesting (and fairly uncommon) Nep I added to my collection today:


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    Since imgur updated to a new site and broke their image editor, it looks like I'm switching to Flickr. Hopefully everything works smoothly.

    Nepenthes spectabilis by Nimbulan, on Flickr

    Nepenthes spectabilis, Sibutan that I acquired almost a month ago. I forgot to take a picture before now, it was solid green when I got it.

    Tillandsia ionantha mexico by Nimbulan, on Flickr

    Tillandsia ionantha mexico flowering

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    Nepenthes naga by Nimbulan, on Flickr
    Seed germination after ~4 months.

    Goldenrod crab spider, female by Nimbulan, on Flickr
    Perched on my 'Akai Ryu' flower stalk.
    Last edited by nimbulan; 07-09-2016 at 01:33 PM.

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    Ha! 'Love the crab spiders. Congrats on the nep. seedlings!
    - Mark

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    Thanks, Mark!

    Drosera capillaris by Nimbulan, on Flickr
    This little guy popped up as a hitchhiker in a utric plug and grew to this size (and is now flowering) in 2 and a half months. I didn't feed it either.

    Tillandsia ionantha by Nimbulan, on Flickr
    Tillandsia flowers grow quite quickly, apparently, and there's a second one on the way!

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