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    I finally got Easy Designer to cooperate. Here are three more of my current favorites Enjoy!



    an alata x leuco cross



    a psitt x rubra cross (actually there three in the same pot and all are slightly different)



    My present fav! An alata x psitt x rubra.
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    Those are realy nice! I realy like that S.'alien bannana' [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/pondboy/Neps/Neps%20sig..JPG[/img]

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    OK, Brooks has killed me with the alata x leuco so I thought I'd post a few more....

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/pdxjeff/lpr.jpg[/img]
    Leuco. x Psitt. x Rubra

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/pdxjeff/jbug.jpg[/img]
    June Bug

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/pdxjeff/rjnc.jpg[/img]
    Rubra ssp. Jonesii Henderson Co., NC

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    That S.Leuco. x Psitt. x Rubra Is absolutley stunning!
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    OH YEAH PDX! You just wait until tomorrow when the sun comes up! I'll show you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Sarraceniaobsessed @ Aug. 24 2004,8:17)]OH YEAH PDX! You just wait until tomorrow when the sun comes up! I'll show you!
    Sure - use the old "darkness" excuse [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    Brooks,

    A couple of years ago I had a relentless infestation of Exyra moths. Actually, the moths are harmless, it's the larvae that treat your favorite pots like a buffet. I used full strength + of isotox. It didn't harm the plants at all but, the Exyra catapillars all died in about a day. Two to three weeks later I had a new crop of baby larvae doing their damage. This pattern continued a few times before they were gone for good.
    BTW, I saturated all my plants with the solution whether they showed signs of damage or not.
    For me this was a last resort. I first routinely removed affected pitchers and killed the pest. I was unable to keep them controlled with this technique. My next drastic measure was to remove all pitchers to the rhizome and shred the pitchers to a pulp. Even this didn't work. For me chemicals worked well.
    Good luck,
    imduff

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    Imduff,
    I have done a similar routine. I tried to kill the buggers by hand but there are just too many of them. I have only seen one adult moth and tracked her down and killer her. I would have thought the Orthene would have gotten the adults first since they were not necessarily protected inside the pitchers but not true. I was told to use the Orthene at half strenght. I have sprayed twice a week apart. Now, I am concerned about a toxic build up in the plants because Orthene is a systemic that will cause a burn or death. This past weekend I stripped a good number of the effected pitchers off and burned them. I am assuming I need to wait another week before applying the Isotox at full strenght. Thanks for your input. It is much appreciated.
    I remain a man obsessed with a genus
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