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Thread: Omg! my drosera capensis is moving around a

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    when you first feed it, make sure you start off with a giant fly, and give it plenty of light! then you'll see a gigantic explosion in growth!
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    I would actaully advise against the giant fly....go for several smaller ones....less likely that there will be fungal attacks and rotten leaves. Mine pig out on funus gnats, which are small but numerous, and they grow really well.
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    very cool pics spec . i myself personally have never seen the movement of sundews so i hope i'll see the action soon . I feed my plant anole food that i don't use anymore ever since my anole lizard escaped . the food is just dried up flies with tons of red vintamins .

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    Wingless Fruitflies are commercially avaible, so are there cultures.
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    thats cool, im going to try it on my capensis, thanks to spec and schloaty......
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    Why do you feed your capensis? I have the oppisite problem. I put them outside and they catch too many bugs. They have to be one of the best bug catchers.

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