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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Hello, please note the two minor plants in my store are actually the same picture I happened to have a picture of typical minor, and just haven't gotten to getting a different picture for the okee.... Mainly since they are so similar It's hard to match the Sarracenia beauty of Mike King! But I try hehe I actually have a lot of okee in the green house right now, but they just came in the last couple months so the pitchers are a little damaged from shipping and acclimation to my greenhouse. That's why they're not up for sale yet.
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    they don't HAVE to kill, it's just too many bugs.
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    thanks Andrew, I'll keep an eye out to when you put them up to ship them,
    here are some pics from the video "realm of the alligator" notice that the 'overhang' gives the pitcher kinda like a ducks head appearance and looking from above like a heart shape, if all the pitchers came out like this it'd definately stand out from a basic Minor look,





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    I see what you mean. I have seen minors that look like that - they can be quite variable.

    Update: here's a similar photo: http://www.utricularia.net/sonstiges...inor_M21_5.JPG
    Last edited by Alexis; 07-07-2008 at 02:30 PM.

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    they don't HAVE to kill, it's just too many bugs.
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    seems like they vary a lot!, different looking pitchers from the same plant, and not from changing growing conditions like heat, humidity, or light intensity, which would make the pitchers predictable.

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    I saw the date, but will the shop restock them for sale soon?

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    Here are a few photos I took of plants that were in the okeefenokee and right outside of it from my trip in 09
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...eorgia-CP-trip

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