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    Yeah, I dont have a camera yet, my dads friend has it, but i grew it as a live dressing for other carnivorous plants
    Also, when the cameras back ill take a pic
    Last edited by Adam; 07-09-2008 at 05:22 AM. Reason: Make it clear cps, not other plants.

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    Why not? Over on the ICPS board, there's a picture of a Drosera growing on a shoe:

    http://icps.proboards105.com/index.c...ay&thread=1825

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    wait... why not what?

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    Those are some awesome photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    My Website: http://droseragemmae.com/

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    i'm wanted to do something just like this, but i was wondering if trees have more nutrients in Iowa, where there is tons of rich soil accross the state, compared to a tree in the New Jersey pine barrens, where there are little or no nutrients in the soil.
    if a tree is growing in rich soil, and i chop the trunk in half, will it still be suitable for cps?
    may be a stupid question, but i want to know---so let me have it!

    *awgaupp, tralfie was basically saying that he sees no problem with the idea (look at the pictures in the link he posted) in response to SirKristoff's response.
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    Ok, I wasn't sure of why not, i thought that but was double checking.

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    if its truely sphagnum moss. it might work.
    but i doubt it is. i just have this feeling and this nagging voice saying, its probablt fern moss or something else.

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    The next-to-last pic in this thread, shows a dew growing on a stump. This was a fairly common sighting on our 2007 Pine Barrens trip. Most of the dews were D. intermedia but there may have been others...
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