Nice pics Forbes, have fun... that reminds me I still have those D. peltata seeds for you.
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Ahhhh.... d. binata! Mon favourite!
I've never seen pix of pygmy's in the wild. Thanks!
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Whoa! You thought right! Thanks for the pics, I'd love to see these in person as well. I'm suprised by how dry it looks!
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In the 6th photo from the top, there are several flower scapes in different stages of development. Are they all D. binata scapes or were there other dews in this area?
I notice that most of the D. binata appear to be T-form but there are also several other multi-branching plants. In your travels, was it common to see the forms together like that?
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wow... the binatas are... not... drooping! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]
mine are full of dew and look happy but they're "drooping" for lack of a better word.
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It is probably worth noting that these plants were not photographed in Australia which explains the mixture of D. binata forms and D. capensis flowerscapes in one of the shots.