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    YOU HAD EVEN MORE PICTURES TO SHARE!?

    way too cool. sadness about glabripes only lasting for 3.5 years....i wonder if that is actually part of it's natural life cycle. and regia...wow. awesome!
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    Yes, root cuttings.

    Whoops, forgot the D. graminifolia plantlets. Just about time to come out of the water.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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    Looking great! It's interesting to see how totally different that CA origin D. rotundifolia is compared to the local Alaskan varieties. Do you grow them under lights?

    Little D. regia's !
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    Awesome collection!

    I have 4 regia seedlings myself. I've grown them from seeds but I notice they are slow growers and when I feed a leaf (bloodworms, tiny bits), that leaf always dies. Have you noticed this as well ?

    By the way, completely in love with your rotundifolia pot. Mine are dormant on the balcony right now but about the size of a dime compared to yours...

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    Is the bloodworm freeze dried? Misting lightly to re-hydrate the bloodworm makes the task of digestion much easier. Otherwise the dry bits tend to soak up the moisture in the dew and the glands may not be able to produce enough to compensate before the gland dries out. Leads to incomplete digestion (indigestion)?

    With seedlings I only feed one leaf at a time and try to clean off the left overs before feeding again.

    Now that I acquired an adapter that allows me to use my old film camera lenses with the digital body I have I took a couple test shots today using my macro bellows:

    Drosera venusta in all shots.

    25mm enlarger lens. Some digital noise and crap on the sensor apparent. ISO 640.


    35mm macro lens



    I'll have to photograph a scale/ruler to see what kind of magnification I'm getting. I did with my film camera but I lost the notes.
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    cyclopse D. Regia pic

    i just transplanted this Young D Regia to a 5 ltr airpot


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mickeymk/6924051609/

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    t'is a monster!
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    Nice macros! Exceptional quality for the level of magnification.
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