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    It's great to see people breeding this species in cultivation. One of the few plants that really makes me wish I had a LL set up.

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    Wow! Great that you managed to get those two to flower at the same time.

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    Such diminutive plants for flowers. That's fantastic!

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    And Dog said, "Let there be seed," and there was seed.

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    Very nice! Congratulations!

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    Mato,

    I see only a few of my seeds resembling yours...but most not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy View Post
    Mato,

    I see only a few of my seeds resembling yours...but most not.
    Since the inflorescence was all but black, I dumped both the developed and undeveloped pods into the same bowl; I was warned the species produces relatively small seeds, but it's pretty clear which ones will probably be unviable (the conspicuously tiny pieces that look like chaff). Still have 2 more inflorescences left to get it right(er).
    Last edited by mato; 03-06-2015 at 09:58 AM.

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    Looks like there's at least a few successful there. Many more clones to come, to keep this species going!
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
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    Fantastic job Mato. Saw this on your feed. Very very well done Sir. I wish you all the best and hopefully you can get some viable seedlings from that. Please contact the "nepenthes ark" and see if you can distribute more of this rare species in cultivation to raise the diversity that is around. I understand it is just a pollination of two common clones, but the process of some recombination should introduce some amount of variability in the "available gene pool".

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