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    apple rings.. what more can i say? FlytrapGurl's Avatar
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    Hmmm... I'm stuck between Nepenthes and Drosera. Gotta love Drosera... ooo, shiny! *points and stares, making retarded noises*
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    It's really hard to say. I'd have a really hard time picking.

    I love all of them.

    I love the rainbow-like sheen from pings and sundews when the light hits them right. I love the flowers of utrics. I love the pitchers of sarracenia and nepenthes. And I love the sheer "gee-whiz" factor of VFTs.

    It's like asking me which of my daughters is my favorite...
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    Let's positive thinking! seedjar's Avatar
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    What a terrible question! I don't want to choose!
    I love the graceful shape of the Heliamphora. The ecology and history behind the Nepenthes is fascinating. The diversity and savage efficiency of the Drosera is admirable. The novelty of Genlisea is hard to come by. I could probably make similar statements for the rest.
    Maybe if someone were to help me flesh out my collection, I could make a more objective judgement... :P
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    Sarracenia of course! Neps are great too, but are too high maintainance for me. I love looking at them and enjoying them in someone else's collection just the same. Heliamphoras too.
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    Drosera with Sarracenia a very close second.

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