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    here it is I like it and you?

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    OMG, is that yours?!?!?

    LOOKS SO NICE@!!!!!!!!!!

    i want one !

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    Arie,
    Nice pic, what variant of bical is that, do not think I have seen a green based version. Hope all is well..

    Cheers,

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    it's a typical bical
    I think that the green base is as it was expose to low light condition wholr growing.
    arie

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    arie,
    Thanks, you sure it isn't a red flush? Looks more like the red flushes I have if I took out the under orange and replaced it with green. I'll try to get a picture up. If it isn't the same I can try to get you a cutting soon.

    Cheers,

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    Nice Bicalcarata Arie! It's looking very menacing! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] I'll post 2 pics of mine as well. It only has one picher right now, and a tiny one at that, but it has a nice red coloration and the next one is shaping up to be a doozie! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] Here it is.




    From another angle.



    I'll be sure to post a pic of the new pitcher when it comes up! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Arie, that is just gorgeous!

    Hey all, tell me how you are growing your bicals,

    everything from soil and soil depth to humidity and light.

    I have mine in my terrarium, and it's just slow as a pig, even my merilliana outgrows it! what am I doing wrong?

    It is possible they suffered root damage in shipping, I have two, one tiny one that barely holds on, and the larger one is just slow.. it's been about 5 months I think since I got them, and the larger one has three or four new leaves, while the smaller one puts up a new one just as the older one dies.

    Larger one is sheltered a bit by the Ventricosa X Maxima, I am willing to move either plant a bit to get it more light if neccessary, if you look at the pictures I posted, you can't see the bical, but it is nestled between the ven x max and the stone outcropping in the center of the tank.

    the smaller one is behind my raff in full light, could that be the problem? it's soil is also a bit more shallow, but being further from the center it maintains a very nice moist soil, not waterlogged or anything like that.

    HUmidity is almost always near 100%. and a Fan kicks on several times a day to stir the air.

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    RamPuppy, here's some info on bicals... INFO.

    I'm hoping to get one soon.

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