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    I dunno. The corner and edges of a pot may be direr or wetter in some cases. These are all clones, so the differences have to be growing conditions or whatnot. Perhaps the gemmae are of different sizes or health?
    that makes no logic

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    Great dews as always!
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    Mr. Truncata: well to me it happens too- some gemmae produce bigger and faster growing plants and some smaller and more troublesome. I collect the gemmae manually so my guess is that the reason for this is different stage of gemmae maturity when collected. Some might not be ripe enough to produce full-speed growing healthy plant. BTW my nitidula ssp. omissa x pulchella is huge also. Most of my pygmies are bigger than for example adult burmanii or burkeana or whittakerii. They really like it on south windowsill with >35C and lots of light. Thanx for nice comments btw:-)

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