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    has anyone noticed the similarities in these two?
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    just thought it was wiered... BTW can any burb growers give some tips for me?
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    I just got a small burbidgeae; I have a lot of waiting to do!


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    from what i heard it grows werid. it does well for a while then has some slow growth or dormancy then goes back to normal... does any one have a variation of burbidgea other than the typical cream color?
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    heres mine..

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    The similarities are superficial. Vogelii is very similar to fusca, especially its lower pitchers (ditto with platychila).
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    ludwigg did you get yours from Cooks carnivores? and does it realy grow that slow?....faster thatn rajah hopfully
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Feb. 14 2006,6:05)]ludwigg did you get yours from Cooks carnivores? and does it realy grow that slow?....faster thatn rajah hopfully
    Yes it came from cooks; it looks to be very slow at this time...not sure what it will do later, I have never grown this before.

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    This is still one species I "need" to get. All in all though, rajah is not a slow grower (for me at least), and when I did have burbidgeae it grew very slowly most of the times.

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