I have finally gotten round to updating my website. Have a look, if you are interested.
great looking site. you are very much a Utric hobbyists [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
Taproot, Anti-Flag, The Casualties, Alkaline Trio, Eleventeen, Deadsy, AFI...what's not to love?
Excellent site. *Well done.
Homer's Carnivorous Garden
Nice job! *It's the first place i go to find out about an Utric species i'm not familiar with.
Pardon for derailing the original topic, but can i ask you... how do you cultivate calycifida? *Mine have not done much since i got them almost a year ago - the white form flowered once, but i haven't been able to get the pink to flower, or even grow much. *I put them in my lowland terrarium recently, thinking that higher humidity and consistently high temperatures would help, but haven't noticed much difference.
Very nice site and a very impressive collection to match! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/alien.gif[/img]
I would try starting a new colony with a chunk of the old one. In general I find that utrics like to be disturbed once in a while. Calycifia seems especially reluctant to flower after being in the same pot for a while.
One minor correction needed. *Under terrestrials U. graminifolia/uliginosa:
"The two species are easy to tell apart when in flower: U. uliginosa has light blue to pink flower with puffed out palate and a long spur, while U. uliginosa has a purple and white flower, with a small bulge on the lower lip of the corolla and a shorter spur."
Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?
Thanks Tony. Good eye.
Nice update Tim, your website is always a pleasant reference to me!
Nice work Dodec. I am a fan of your art as well you know, without you I wouldn't have a website!
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