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    ok I said I'm not expert and when genetic level is on line I had no way to check it (maybe one day Tamlin would finish his project and we would had a complet answer)
    anyway it a very nice Drosera when it start to grow
    and better had few together in one pot as you can see at the photo I had post earlier.
    I thought people would like it so I offer it for trade but seems like stangely it isn't so wanted.
    arie

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    Arie,

    I hope you don't think I was trying to belittle you, I am in no way an expert either. I was just passing on what I happened to know (thanks to my lecture from Jan.)

    As for people not wanting your plants, maybe they are intimidated by its reputation, maybe they are worried about shipping from Israel, maybe they don't have anything to offer back. I am sure it is nothing against you [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    I sureyou aren't belittle me it's ok I'm happy learner from anyone that can and willing too help.
    I also don't mind keeping them with me that was a remark after I saw some were looking for it.
    I only can add there is no problem in plants shipment and most of the time they arrive in great shape.
    sure it's nothing against me personly.
    arie

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    Hi,

    propably I grow my plants way to cold...
    They look a bit better because it is getting hotter here now...

    One good thing about it is, that it is easy to prpagate via leaf cuttings, so I have some plants to experiment.
    But almost all experiments (greenhouse, together with nepenthes, ...) failed.

    I have some flowering plnats but have only very rarely seen an open flower :-( (I can't even remeber)

    Martin

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    Neocaledonica is very closely related to spatulata (not spatHulata!), and are not part of the petiolaris complex. They appreciate warmth, high humidity and bright light but should not be treated like a petiolaris, temps. above 80F are not good. Incidentaly the plants can get quite large when grown well, forming a stem. This is not a beginners plant. I am still trying to find the right set of conditions. I have mine just moist, and probably will try a wetter substrate as I do not have good success with this species. Arie, the cutting you sent is doing better than the larger rooted specimens I received, and I believe this species dislikes transplant. Phill Mann grows his in highland Nepenthes conditions with good success.

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    Martin,
    I am looking for 2 or 3 seeds to scan for my reference in case your's produce them. Please keep me in mind if this happens? Thanks!

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    How'd Phill Mann come into this dissucion? I am lost there! :confused:

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    We are discussing how to grow the plant well. Phill grows this plant with some success, so his name and methods were mentioned as a sort of "Here is how someone has had success growing this plant." I guess Tamlin could have said "I know someone who..." but I don't see any harm in posting Phill's name.

    Oh, and Tamlin, sorry about the 'H' in spatulata, I have been thinking of N. spathulata a lot these past few days and I guess I just carried it over [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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