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    Quote Originally Posted by massmorels View Post
    I've counted 15 wild D.rotundifolia sprouts in my red sphagnum that I collected from the bog down the street. They just keep on coming..

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    sure.. just lemme raise em' up a bit so they are so tiny and fragile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silenceisgod View Post
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    Same.

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    Was rounding up sprouts for a trade, and I happened across these guys. I counted 6 more rotundifolia sprouts in this one pot alone.


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    Cute little ones! You're so lucky to have rotundifolia growing so close! The nearest wild CPs to me couldn't even be called "near".
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    It's wierd.. I was out at the bog today and didn't see ANYTHING growing except LFS. But as soon as I put some of the LFS in my tanks they start sprouting up everywhere. The temps and humidity are almost exactly the same. Minus about 30% humidity outdoors..

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