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    How would I go preparing it for them

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    I just put a dehydrated bloodworm on each plant, then spritz with rain water. I've only seen burning if the worm isn't dampened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silenceisgod View Post
    I just put a dehydrated bloodworm on each plant, then spritz with rain water. I've only seen burning if the worm isn't dampened.
    I haven't seen bloodworms at any petstores for a year, or so.

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    Walmart should have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Walmart should have it.
    Not my local Wal*Mart. I found some mosquitos, fed it to the plant.

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    The myth that Drosera burmannii is an annual species is just that. I kept individuals for years, and yes feeding is the key to that. Turkeypig is right about D. glanduligera, it's fast! That species was a true annual in my collection, and nothing I did could change that.
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