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    Could someone post a picture of a freashly "hatched"(I know that's not the right word for it, but it makes it more like it's a creature instead of a plant) cephalotus seed.

    I planted some seed about 3 months ago in my terrarium and now I've got a small clump of leaves there and want to match it up with "the real thing".
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    There's a picture posted a little back. Try a search for ceph seedlings and you'll probably find it. It wasn't that long ago.

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    Oh! Ok, got it...didn't think of that...D'oH
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    Mine's been planted for 5 1/2 weeks so they should be 'hatching' anytime now. Wait for it...anytime now...

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    Actually, here is a better link to newly hatched Cephalotus seedlings
    http://www.**********.com/cgi-bin....15;st=0
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    http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz7001/zph...ephalotus.html

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