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    Nice setup. The plants look very happy!
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    That is a strange angle on your U. novae-zelandiae flower. Some consider U. novae-zelandiae, U. monanthos, and U. dichotoma to be synonyms. Taylor lists them as separate species, but states the plants are rather similar.

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    IIRC the main differences between them listed in Taylors is the height of the flower stalk.

    the wierd angle was on purpose, was taken to show Pyro the curl which seems to be an odd quirk of this clone
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ Oct. 23 2006,11:36)]havent found out how they are going to react to my basement yet
    Odds are they will adapt fine. My crawlspace is not super humid so they are pretty used to a lower humidity environment. I'd guess you basement gets simiular temps to my crawlspace as well so there really won't be much of a change for them. These guys really are troopers for those who figure them out and given your success with the others I have no doubt you'll do fine

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    Quote[/b] ]the falconerii seems to want to be out in the harsher enviroment, go figure, i though petolaris and paradoxa were the hardy ones, not falconerii
    This falconeri clone has always been pretty robust for me. Used to grow a couple of them in my sunroom during the summer, had a paradoxa in there too and even let it overwinter in there. While I don't have those original falconeri (traded them off) I have others with the same origin and they all act about the same.

    And paradoxa are bombproof. My oldest is the same one I had in the sunroom. In the 5 years I have had it I have grown it in at least 10 different media mixes. It has been in the sunroom, the crawlspace, a windowsill, outside and 4 different terrariums. It just keeps growing and growing. Nothing phases it. The only odd thing about it is that in all those years it has not once divided.
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