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    Hey Jimmy,
    Try this page for a few close up photos of gemmae...
    http://www.droseragemmae.com/CareGuide.html
    Best regards,
    Marius

    My Website: http://droseragemmae.com/

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    Looks like gemmae to me. Try poking at it with a pin, it should dislodge with a minimum of disturbance.
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    then you can do this<===={ link

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    thanks Marius WOW great site guess ill be looking to get a few new pygmy's for my collection.
    Thanks Daren what a great idea shouldn't lose a single little darling with that contraption . You guys answered all my questions in two posts forum record for me anyhow . Im on to collecting gemmae, right now

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    Wow, those flower buds are ridiculously proportioned to the stem and the plant itself in those pictures.

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    @CN--that is a super nifty idea, wish i knew that when i was dealing with mine. (tipped the whole pot upside down and tickled my plants with a toothpick) as expected, quite a mess.

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    don't for get to check back withe the results looks like gemmae to me but not sure either

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    Daren, I may be able to accomplish that with my disposable pipette (syringe). I can even cut part of the end off and widen the surface area. Sure beats tipping the pot over and coaxing them out... and all over the place!

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