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    AMAZING makes me want to do sundews more mabe after I get my macbook I will have a few hundred bucks to buy some beautys like yours
    My growlist was updated 4/22/09

    "if you hear the pitter patter of little feet while you stare hypnotically at your plants you are in for some trouble."

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    these are all being grown outside, we are having a very sunny and dry autumn this year, so the plants look happy (even though the tropicals might complain a bit about 5C at night;-). Will have to move them inside soon as we are expecting first frosts in Slovakia. ( I apologize for blurry pics, I will get better camera soon). No colours added, all natural.

    drosera lasiantha and mannii


    drosera mannii


    drosera nitidula ssp. allantostigma x omissa


    drosera pulchella


    drosera capensis


    drosera dielsiana & spatulata


    drosera aliciae


    dionaea muscipula

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    Your plants are beautiful!

    What kind of moss is growing in your d.anglica, VFT, and d.dielsiana pots? It's not LFS is it?

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    Nickrober: thank you:-) The moss is not LFS, you are right. I have never felt the need to identify it, but that is a good question. I will have to look it up in some bryophyta database at school. It grows in most of my drosera pots actually. I guess it comes from spores brought by airflow which get stuck on the peat. The funny thing is I have never seen this kind of moss outside my collection, but the truth is the spores can travel for very long distance.

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    I have a couple very tiny "strands" of what looks to be the same thing growing in one of my pots. I'm hoping it comes in as nicely as yours because it looks amazing with that tall moss alongside those sundews.

    EDIT: Ablystegium juratzkanum maybe?

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