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    Quote Originally Posted by rball0406 View Post
    how is it that they grow on drift wood when some say they need deep pots? just wondering.
    I would not say this is a good way to grow Cephalotus, just a way they will grow. That little one is I think 2 years old and still very small. I've had very good results when I get the driftwood in the correct amount of moisture, but again not a good way to grow them, I've never seen anything that looks like roots...

    If your looking for good repeatable results go with deep pots. If you have 20+ Cephalotus, stick one on a some driftwood .
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    The photo does not do the growth justice, but it had a bit of a spurt there. Bout time to trim the sphagnum again.
    Cephalotus Typical

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    Did you try a bit of Cephalotus on your lithophytic Utric setup yet? Someplace moist and mossy but not soaked perhaps...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by swords View Post
    Did you try a bit of Cephalotus on your lithophytic Utric setup yet? Someplace moist and mossy but not soaked perhaps...?
    So far there is only wet area's in that setup. All very wet.

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    very nice job. I really enjoy your threads.

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    Oh wow, on top of all that you're keeping killies as well ?

    Well, I'm a fan of you now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxima View Post
    Oh wow, on top of all that you're keeping killies as well ?

    Well, I'm a fan of you now.
    The Killie fish shots were a long time ago, they no longer live in that tank, there is a spiny eel in there now.

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    Out of all of your ceph experiments which has produced the healthiest cephalotus"?

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