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    I have a VFT in my bog that looks different from the rest. It's wierd because it has no leaves. It's just a trap on the end of a stalk. It looks kinda freaky.

    I'm not gonna try and claim it as a cultivar because I really don't care that much but I would like to know if this is a common thing.

    It's easy to tell wich one I'm talking about.
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    "Spider" does the same: pic
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    Ahh, thats awsome thanks.
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    Is it just this computer or are both your plants yellow?

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    my flytraps like that too
    no leaves at all
    just traps on stalks

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ July 21 2006,5:12)]Is it just this computer or are both your plants yellow?
    Its my cheap camera. All of the VFT's are the standard green.
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    That is a growth type often referred to as "filiform". It is fairly common.

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