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    Been there, done that, killed them... That is my story and I am sticking to it. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img] They should redo the makeup of a flytrap that does not require dormancy time. I have no problem putting them to sleep - they just do not know when to wake up.

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    Here is what my Drosera filiformis ssp. tracyi currently looks like at the growth point.

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    Quote (Jmenprkr @ Oct. 16 2003,12:45)
    Alright i want the more experienced people to show there pics of going to dormant and dormant vfts sundews and neps [/QUOTE]
    I have some neps that are dormant. They're in the great final dormancy.

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    LOL Ozzy! They're in "permanent dormancy"! I have a couple neps that languished in the mail for too long before I got them that have entered that phase. I'm hoping that extra humidity and light will reverse the process, but in reality I'm just keeping some lfs wet and warm. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    That Drosera filiformis ssp. tracyi looks like an octopus is strangling it to death. Its so icky looking.

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    Here are a couple photos of my D. rotundifolia as it enters dormancy.



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    Here is a Venus Flytrap Showing its winter leaves with one live summer leaf and several dead summer leaves. This give a good idea of the differences between the two types of leaf growth.


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    nice vft pics nick , where did you get the plants from and what company , they have a really nice coloring .

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