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    My flower's already producing offspring

    S. flava var. rubricorpora......

    S. Flava var. Rubricorpora: Spiderlings in Flower

    Mommy
    S. Flava var. Rubricorpora: Mommy's Home!

    S. Flava var. Rubricorpora: Mommy's Backside

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    Awesome pics!!!!!!!!!

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    Great shots, Jason! The miracle of life!
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    Nice pics! Do you know what species they are? And do they have a permanent symbiotic relationship with the S. flava?

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    Amazing photos. Nice job. Thanks!

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    Great pictures; thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceCarny View Post
    Nice pics! Do you know what species they are? And do they have a permanent symbiotic relationship with the S. flava?
    I'm not sure of the species.

    I do get a lot of spiders on my sarracenia, I'm not sure you would truly call it symbiosis though. Every now and then one will make a web inside of a pitcher, but usually the first fly or wasp that falls in completely destroys the web and probably traps the spider inside. However, this spider has been inside that flower for some time now. It's definitely its permanent home.

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    Great macro shots, even though I don┤t like spiders.
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