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    Carnivorkid, man you have all my admiration..... I bow my head to you!

    Great job... Congratulations...!

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    Great video. Very nice R.dentata seeding.
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    A video is a great idea. Can't wait to see how much your plants change during the summer when they're fully awake.

    I think your Nepenthes alata is is actually ventrata [ventricosa x alata], but it's difficult for me to tell on the monitor i'm using right now (maximum brightness is dark)
    Labeling ventrata as alata is a common mistake. I've seen this a lot of posts about plants people purchased from stores being mislabeled and I saw one on ebay recently. It happened to me too, I purchased a plant from somebody online and I was told was a large alata and it turned out to be ventrata.
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    Oh yes i figured that it might be a ventrata, statik.

    My roridula almost died at one point it was moved from light to a window and although i adapted it is suffered sun burn on its small stem which caused the bottom to dry and not supply plant with water so i like air layed it by burying the stem under ground and then it grew upwards so i guess success it is. It just has a little dirt stuck to it.
    I will let everyone know during summer when its coming out.
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    Cool video. A bit hard to hear you though. An interesting project would be to do some time-lapse.

    As for good CP music, I'd recommend Boards of Canada. Their music is very strange, nostalgic, and it all has this eerily creepy undertone, as if something isn't quite right. They're inspired some by nature films from the National Film Boards of Canada, so some of their stuff has a 70's nature documentary feel to it, and I think it can convey the beauty, and the subsequent evil of CP's. You know, grainy yellow-ish still shots of Sarracenia in a field gently shaking in the breeze. Closeup of a VFT snapping shut.

    Man, I wish I had a video camera.

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    Thanks Mannex , I will definately go check out the boards of canada music and see what i think.
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