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    Quote Originally Posted by moram View Post
    Coming together nicely. Those baby cephalotus are nicely placed.

    How deep are the cavities for their roots?
    Those are actually holes in the driftwood, so they can root into the medium behind them.

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    No much is happening yet, but I had the camera stuff out so.

    All three Ceph's have put on a little weight so they are settling in nicely.

    I added a small clipping of Microgramma heterophylla and about 5 little cutting of Utricularia pubescens last weekend. Both seem to have taken.

    The three Ceph's.
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    Updating this one with the rest, the Anubus nana 'Petite' decided to flower.
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    From looking at these pics, this needs an update...

    From 8 Jun 11




    From today 30 Jul 11 - Must remember to pluck the moss .

    One of the Ceph's is starting to color up nicely, that redish one is just at 1". Its getting harder to tell there are 3 of them in there.


    The Utricularia pubescens started flowering a while back and they have been in constant bloom since. Its starting to fill in nicely, and you can see my favorite little fern is starting to grow more.


    The Drosera capillaris have been flowering for a few months now. You can tell where the light bulb is by looking at the redness of the Drosera, the darker one is right under it with the greener ones off to the sides.

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    Cool terrarium - thanks for the update - the plants look very happy. The U. pubescens is an interesting addition.
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    Thought I'd get a few pics of the Utric, they are getting larger "disks" than I've had in the past. The larger ones are just a hair over 1/4".

    Setup overview.


    This is the largest Ceph pitcher so far.


    Utric photo's.


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    This is a sweet setup RSS!
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    That looks fantastic! What kind of lighting are you using?

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