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Thread: _ReApEr's Carnivorous Adventures [Picture HEAVY]

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    Okay, here we go. Muuuuch better pictures. All of these were taken in the light of a setting sun. I really like the effect. I encourage you to check out at least a couple of the shots full-sized; these are easily my best yet.

    No post-processing. Click on any image to view it full-size.


    D. muscipula 'Red Dragon.'


    D. capensis 'Wide Leaf' on the left, D. adelae on the right.


    D. muscipula.


    D. aliciae.


    The full bog at sunset; a very rare sight. The first, in fact.


    D. capensis.


    Young D. adelae.


    D. prolifera.


    A mess of D. adelae.


    D. adelae.


    D. enodes 'Scott River'

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    WOW your dew bog is simply stunning! People like you make me have to veer off the Nep path and go get a few dews to drop in my collection

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    Dang, everything looks great. I wish I could grow dews like that. Ever since going to school my dews have died. I don't think my parents water my plants. The neps managed to outlast the 1-2 months droughts way better. Seriously, everything looks phenomenal. kudos.

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    Those D. adelae look awesome. I wish I could KEEP MINE ALIVE!! I've killed two death cube D. adelae so far. Bah.

    Lovely P. moranensis too! And lovely utrics. And lovely MOSS (I'm on a bit sphagnum kick right now)

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    Beautiful. I can't get enough of that VFT with the shadows of the trap behind it.
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    Thanks so much, everybody. With my new script making this pretty darn painless, expect to see more pictures from me. It's good practice for me to learn how to actually use my camera, too. ^.^

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    Beautiful. I can't get enough of that VFT with the shadows of the trap behind it.
    Actually, if you look carefully, you'll notice it's actually caught inside another trap. XD Carnivorous or cannibalistic?

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    WOWWWWWWWWW
    I am definitely extra jealous of your minibog and the plants within. Holy cow, they're all stunning!!!
    You're doing an awesome job growing and taking pictures!

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    Nice setup and great looking plants. Your D. adelae are especially colorful, which adds a really nice touch. And that picture of the bee is fantastic.

    Quote Originally Posted by _ReApEr View Post
    The D. adelae are great for taking care of the occasional fly in the house.
    That's an understatement. My Mother-in-Law gave me a Peace Lily a long time ago that turned out to be infected with some bug, maybe Thrips... but anyways, I set my D. adelae next to it for a week and the problem was taken care of!

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