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    That N. muluensis X lowii is fantastically macabre. I much prefer it over either parent on it's own!

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    wait...which is muluensis x lowii great pics pyro!
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    Nice pics Pyro! Hope the two Rons are still there and in fine fettle! ABG is a lovely garden, run in the true spirit by people who care a lot about their plants and biodiversity in general.
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    I must say, those are some great shots of Lowii's. The jellyfish are really interesting!

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    oh nice shot! great n.lowii and jellyfish.
    thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glider14 View Post
    wait...which is muluensis x lowii
    Was wondering that myself LOL

    The first pic is, obviously, lowii

    The next 3 are a different lowii, lowers pitchers.

    After that is a lowii x ventri

    And I forget the last one. I want to say singulana but a part of me is saying I am recalling wrong.

    @ Rob: The Rons are indeed still there and in great form. As you say, ABG is a great place, I am there at least twice a month, usually more often. As is evident by my 4 year old daughter refering to it as her gardens LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by kruegersc4 View Post
    How big do they get?
    The specimens I have seen ranged in size from a small pea to a nickle with most being about the size of a dime. They were also as clear as glass.

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    Beautiful pics thanks for sharing~
    Bolinas, marshall, and inverness california have thousands of jelly fish that wash up on the bay shores all together at the same time ~ I can't remember what time of year this happens but its a trip. couldn't take a step with out SQUISHY SQUISH the FISHY FISH

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