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    Yes. Atlantis Marine World.
    Todd


    ...and on the 8th day, they bulldozed it.

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    Hi, Todd! Welcome! Glad to see you have the addiction. Feel free to go through my growlist and see if anything there interests you for your bog. I will be happy to help! Anyone else who wants to help, CLIMB ON!!!!
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    Wow, Thanks! I don't have many plants to trade yet, but I do raise salt water fish and corals. I see there are a few fish and coral heads on here.
    Todd


    ...and on the 8th day, they bulldozed it.

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    I could also supply you with a ton of Drosera capensis, if you would like.

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    Thank you all for the warm welcome and generous offers. Ben, I just got my first capensis last week. I hear they can be quite prolific, but I guess one is hardly enough to start a healthy population. I have a friend from Rochester who travels between here and there pretty often. Maybe next time she goes, we can get her to traffic some plants for us and save the shipping headaches.

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    LOLOL!!!!!!!!! Todd, one capensis can net you thousands of plants in very short order. Prolific is putting it mildly. Devastating is more accurate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Bugweed @ Jan. 28 2006,2:07)]LOLOL!!!!!!!!! Todd, one capensis can net you thousands of plants in very short order. Prolific is putting it mildly. Devastating is more accurate!
    So very true! You can start off with a single, half-dead, sorry-looking D. capensis and within a few months have a whole army of them [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] I've always thought they were incredibly cool plants for this very reason, not to mention they're just pretty to look at [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    They sure are pretty; however I'm starting to wonder whether it would be environmentally sound to put them in our outdoor exhibit. There are some bogs within a couple of miles of the aquarium. I would hate to visit them and find D. capensis competing with our rotundifolia and intermedia. I know they are considered subtropical, but I wouldn't be surprised if they could get through one of our winters - especially this year. I would welcome any thoughts on this?

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    Todd


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