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    Yea amph the nights are usually around 75-80 they look bad because of the pesticides I promise give them a few months and they should improve.
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    Good to see the recovery. Good luck identifying all of those seedlings. Are some of the petiolaris complex plants flowering?

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    How about another update now that I actually have some decent editing software I can make my iPhone photos passable. Here we go!
    D. burmanii Darwin seedlings

    D. burmanii Darwin 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. indica seedlings

    D. indica 1 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. indica 2 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. venusta before cleanup

    D. venusta 1 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. venusta after cleanup

    D. venusta 2 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. sp. South Africa

    D. sp. South Africa 2 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. sp. South Africa 1 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. pulchella x occidentalis

    D. pulchella x occidentalis 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. omissa x pulchella

    D. omissa x pulchella 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. natalensis

    D. natalensis 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. capensis Giant from Brie

    D. capensis Giant 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. fulva

    D. fulva 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. capillaris Pensacola, Escambia Co., FL

    D. capillaris Pensacola 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr
    D. paradoxa

    D. paradoxa 2-6-13 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    That's it for now! Enjoy!
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    how does sp. south africa and venusta differ in your opinion? they look very similar if not identical to me.
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    I've had this discussion with Wireman before, his photos show their difference better than mine. At the base of the petioles I would say that the hairs on D. venusta are densely hirsute if not lanulose whereas I would describe D. sp. "South Africa" more as a hirsute to scabrous pubescence. Aside from that there's not much of a difference.
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    There are only minor differences between those two. Sp. "South Africa" almost always makes really messed up flowers, too.

    Those things formed some really long stems.

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    Probably one of my favorite setups to date. My Pygmy Sundew Mini-Terrace Terrarium!

    First a few setup pictures
    I used Dollar Store popsicle sticks that I cut to length as necessary

    IMG_3024 by SarraceniaMutation, on Flickr
    Filled it with a 3:1 silica sand: peat mix

    IMG_3026 by SarraceniaMutation, on Flickr
    And watered it all in

    IMG_3030 by SarraceniaMutation, on Flickr
    And about 2-3 weeks later I added the gemmae and the waiting game began

    IMG_3027 by SarraceniaMutation, on Flickr

    Fast forward a little over 6 months...............

    And the finished product a little over 6 months after sowing the gemmae

    5V4B1331 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    5V4B1329 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    5V4B1326 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. roseana

    5V4B1321 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. sargentii

    5V4B1320 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. lasiantha

    5V4B1316 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. scorpioides

    5V4B1315 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. closterostigma

    5V4B1314 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. helodes

    5V4B1313 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. stelliflora

    5V4B1312 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. pycnoblasta

    5V4B1311 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    D. gibsonii

    5V4B1304 by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    That's it for now! Thanks for looking!
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    The roseana exploded....

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