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    Cephalotus from my trip

    closed !
    Last edited by snapperhead51; 12-09-2011 at 03:45 AM.

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    WOW, very nice to see them in the wild. Thank you for sharing these, and keeping these sites secret.

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    outstanding John, looks like you had a very nice trip

    envious

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    O yer mate seen many plants bigger than any hummer mate in the natural habitat , got some very interesting data and info on conditions and sun and other stuff

    J

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    Sweet! Thanks for the pics, John. *sigh* Must ... resist ... urge ... to ... buy ... a ceph!
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    Very nice photos must have been a nice trip to find so many cephs. I really like the ones that have the darker coloration with some green mottling on the pitchers as well.

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    Its awesome seeing them in the wild.

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    Amazing snapper! Too bad all of my family is on the other side of the continent, otherwise I'd be hopping on a plane to "visit family" the first chance I got..


    In the fourth picture from the bottom, it's amazing how some of them are completely buried except for the opening of the pitcher.
    Last edited by mato; 11-30-2011 at 10:43 AM.

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