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    Capslock,
    Thanks for the info. I'll have to look up orthenex. I usually use predatory bugs but They have asked for it this time! So I got this really expensive bottle of akari, and I'm getting ready to nuke em! (I'll test it out on a single plant first).
    Anyone use this before?
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    Robin

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    wow! is that hamata x lowii?
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    Hi Kirk, Thanks.
    regular hamata. Just add good lighting.

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    RL,

    I'm not sure what I had was Mites, might have just been small scavenging dead leaf eaters as I never saw any damage on good leaves and pitchers, I think I probably just overreacted. But anyway, what I used was an "organic" pesticide made with chrsanthemum flowers sold by Shultz at Wal Mart, Home Depot and Franks Nurseries. I don't have the bottle anymore since I'm done treating the plants otherwise I could tell you the name of the chemical in it.
    It's ok for Neps cos I misted it on and in 10 minutes mist the plants with pure R/O water since the chemical is a on contact insect killer.
    Do not mist any Utricularia with it though, they will die! I lost my big U. alpina totally and knocked my U. humboldtii and U. reniformis way back by getting the stuff on them.

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    Welcome to the forum.
    That sanguinea is really cool also! Where did you get that clone?

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    Wonderful! Why are the lower pitchers teeth fused like that? It`s very nice looking. Oh and WELCOME TO THE FORUMS![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Joe, isn't that an N. ramispina?

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    That last one reminds me of N. x predator.

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