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Thread: Sacrifice of N. x 'Emmarene' pitchers

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    I fed (yeah i know...) a lizard to one of my pitchers once. It ate the whole thing and grew pretty well. Never really stank unless you put your nose within a couple inches of the pitcher.
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    Most of the plants that I have if they catch it they digest it, the only pitchers I've had die dure to digesting such prey is when I put the particular prey item in the pitcher, most otherwise the plant does fine and then even better. Just an observation I've noticed and opinion I'd share.

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    PAK,
    The second lizard was dead...or at least I thought so. It didn't move when I shook the pitcher to see if it would react.

    I had been smelling something odd at my balcony lately and I suppose it came from the pitchers. The North wind is blowing right into my living area...if I don't remove the pitchers, my entire apartment would stink! I could have just emptied the contents and keep the pitchers but it's quite alright with me to lose them. At least they have been immortalised in this thread.
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