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    pygmy macro

    God I love pygmies because then I can have LOTS of plants in a few small 3" pots (I totally don't have an addiction ) --


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    Nice photo!
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    Nice photo, I agree with you, I can stop collecting pygmy sundews anytime I want. Just not now.

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    I ceratinly want more pygmies. they're totally awsome. great photo, too!

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    Hmm, that scorp looks decidedly different from mine because mine have curved sticky-parts...is yours some special form? Mine's just plain old regular unidentified, and I gave away the parent so I've never seen the blooms before for color (just have ~3-4month old babies from gemmae).

    old pics of parent(s):



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    nice pics guys!
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    Thanks for the compliments :-)

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    Thez: the carnivoropus sticky parts are curved like yours, its just the way I photographed it. Mine hasnt flowered yet either, scorpiodes only flowers in the secound year according to Lowries books.
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