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    Query for experienced heli growers: Do they go through a stage of intermediate pitchers? I ask because my ionasii has openned up a new pitcher that defiately isn't juvenile (full fledged nectar spoon, much fatter that the juvies), but doesn't really look like a truly mature pitcher (like the one Tony has pictured on his site). Maybe it isn't fully opened yet? Do they keep gowing even after they've openned?
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    Hi Dave,

    I haven't really noticed intermediate type pitchers. They do take some time to full open up so maybe that's it. Sometimes in low light they make funky looking pitchers but you mention a full nectar spoon so I don't think this is what your seeing. Maybe you can post a lousy picture?? hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Maybe you can post a lousy picture?? hehe
    Gonna kick your butt...

    Yeah, I'll take a lousy photo tonight.



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    Well you know what they say!!

    A lousy picture is worth 1000 words ;>


    PS.. my karate is really rusty so kick slowly



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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tony Paroubek @ May 11 2004,1:38)]PS.. my karate is really rusty so kick slowly
    Riiiiiiiiight...
    Spectabilis73 watches as Schloaty does all these sleezy cheapy fake looking karate matrix moves to show off

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    Ok, for Tony, my crappy pictures!



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    HEY!! That one is worth at least 799 words ;>

    Has it changed at all since you posted? Looks like it just needs to open up more and expand which could take a week or two.
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    I took the pics Tuesday night, so about 36 hours ago (give or take). I didn't really look at it this morning, so I guess it could have. It only openned about a week ago, so I guess it could still be growing. I'll have to take a peek this evening.

    Sure is pretty, though, isn't it?
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