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Thread: Nepenthes, Cephalotus, Drosera, Heliamphora ...etc, in vitro

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    A little update on a few cultures.

    Darlingtonia Californica
    These were hiding in the back and some cultures showed good callus growth. These cultures were part of my homebrew ppm test, so far so good.




    Drosera Ordensis
    I had an episode of petiolaris complex bingeing. Although from the same seed batch, some plants display more vibrant coloration with the increased light. I am hoping for a peewee mutant


    Drosera Falconeri
    Palmerston, NT, pink flower


    DroseraX synderi


    Drosera Villosa
    Serra da Carraca, Minas Gerais
    One of the fastest germinating drosera for me, and only beaten by the fuglies.


    Speaking of fuglies,Drosera regia, the army is amassing..

    They can be cute when they are tiny.


    Sarracenia Jonesii
    The grass grows slow, but is aesthetically pleasing.


    Byblis Filifolia


    Dionaea muscipula


    Utricularia Calycifida
    Thanks Maiden! If anyone would like a start/culture, let me know.


    Cephalotus Follicularis callus



    Cephalotus Follicularis rhizome explant


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    A few more pics.

    Cephalotus follicularis Hummer's giant X Eden Black F1
    I used the pokie no strat method (faster is better IMO), and the first signs of germination was in a little over two weeks. The cross was made in hopes of some giant dark clones.


    Cephalotus follicularis callus
    The green popcorns are very cute . Although, I would love them to turn into some spider lovecraft looking thingies that BigBella was growing. Perfect for Halloween.


    And a little one that was trying to become my new best friend this morning.
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    I'm like a kid looking into a candy store window....
    and with regards to the last photo, was it tasty?
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
    +growlist
    +petiolaris drosera going dormant?
    +picture thread

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    Hahhah. I am sure it is high in protein, but alas, no. Now if there was a major food shortage, from say the big one hitting California, it might begin to look tasty. Ugh, that sounded so wrong.

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    I'd be generous and share it with you Jon. Do you want the front or back half? Perhaps we should split it down the middle, just to make it equal.

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    22 days, and about a week behind their in vitro brethren, there is visible germination in the Cephalotus follicularis Hummers giant X Eden black F1 compost control. This is a first, since I have had no luck with the genus on compost.

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    Congrats to the Pokie!!!
    “Sì perché l'autorità dell'opinione di mille nelle scienze non val per una scintilla di ragione di un solo . . ."

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    This thread has been neglected for some time (guilty as charged) so here is a little update on a few cultures. In no particular order:


    Nepenthes



    Nepenthes rigidifolia


    Nepenthes philippinensis undergoing multiplication


    Nepenthes naga


    Nepenthes jacquelinae


    Nepenthes dubia


    Nepenthes attenboroughii clone undergoing multiplication


    Some seed grown - not clones - Nepenthes attenboroughii deflasked 6 weeks prior and acclimated to lower humidity. Who would of thought it would have taken this long? Not a word Bigbella, not one word...


    Heliamphora


    Heliamphora heterodoxa X minor X ionasii multiplying of their own accord


    Byblis


    Byblis guehoi, and other species in this genus, all proliferate without a second thought. A small twig quickly becomes the outback in need of some serious bush whacking.

    Drosera

    Drosera falconeri palmerston, NT; pink flower. This is one of four clones in culture. This particular clone reaches a medium size in vitro but is the most proliferative.


    Drosera ordensis clone1 undergoing multiplication, which could almost substitute for one of my cute furries, but it is lacking the cute factor.


    Drosera ordensis clone2 undergoing multiplication


    Drosera ordensis clone3 undergoing multiplication


    Drosera montana var. tormentosa


    Drosera villosa


    Dionae muscipula hybrid, deflasked 6 weeks prior

    And just for giggles,

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