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    Nice pics Kevin! How's that Dactylopsis doing for you? Going dormant yet?
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    Unfortunately it didn't make it =(. The little bump it received in shipping started a nasty infection. I tried to amputate, but the patient expired. =) No worries though.

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    Looking great, Kevin! The NOID Laelia you posted is almost definitely a Cattleya bowringiana hybrid, or it may actually be the species itself. (Though it has been redesignated Guarianthe bowringiana by some.) see: http://www.orchidspecies.com/cattbowringia.htm
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    Wow, nice stuff! I guess you don't need a piece of my Den. hercoglossum, unless you want another clone. Got time for me to swing by tomorrow? I'll send you an email.

    Going by the flowers, I'd concur with 'NOID Laelia' probably being Guar. bowringiana. What does the plant look like?
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    Thanks so much for the ID, guys! Knew I could count on y'all. There are actually very few of the older unidentified orchids now, and both of you have been significant in lending me a hand with this. And Nat, I won't be around at lunchtime tomorrow (friend taking Rachel out for bday) but otherwise looking forward to it!

    And now we enter the more familiar territory of CPs....
    I've been waiting for over a week to get open pitchers for this shot, but couldn't entirely wait. I present the monstrosity that is..... N. x dyeriana!!!!


    After 5 years of working with this plant, I've finally shot it off into space.

    Largest pitcher


    Our second x dyeriana plant


    D. dichotoma "Giant Form"

    D. dichrosepala ssp. dichrosepala "Fish Road Track"

    D. allantostigma

    I honestly forget but think they might be Paul's roseana.

    Can't remember; probably more allantostigma. I had a crapton.

    D. admirabilis "Floating" (Thanks SgtSarracenia!) I'll be sending plenty of seed to ICPS very soon.

    a veritable army of D. aliciae from Mr. Barden

    sent to me as D. dielsiana; I'm not going to pretend I know ZA Drosera taxonomy

    capensis 'Red Leaf'

    Full set of dews. Actually need a few more to fill in the gaps.

    maxima


    'Tarnok'

    flava var. maxima, F1, Berkeley Co., SC, collected for the Sarracenia family tree research that just made it into CPN

    'Red Dragon' (Thanks, Dean!)

    'Royal Red' (Thanks, Dean!)

    green truncata from ABG

    And now for Paul:

    fusca x maxima, Clone 1 (I think my fav)

    Clone 2

    Clone 3

    N. bical's first upper pitcher, 5-year-old plant

    Full view of the insane Nepenthes beasts duking it out

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    Wow that pot is completely filled with Drosera admirabilis! Really nice Drosera setup.

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    The "dielsiana" is almost certainly natalensis if the plants match the appearance. And that dyeriana is huge...
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    OMG. That is amazing. WOW!! I love that moss, the ferns, the orchids, the tree ferns, the cycads...man!! I would love to be able to grow a mound of moss with a stump and a fern growing like that. SO AMAZING.

    Was that intentional? the mound of moss? is the moss on a stone? or is it just the shape of the moss that was pruned? how is it forming a bulging ball?
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