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    Thanks Peter. I'm just using a borrowed point & shoot digital. It has close-up and digital zoom but is hard to use with no manual focus. I just snap away and discard all the messed up pictures.

    Correction: Grower is using an 8 tube T5 fixture from SunLeaves - fancy stuff

    Here's some more of the 'Jaws' and 'Cupped Trap':



    'Cupped Trap' - recovering from two flower stalks



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    How hard is it to propagate cup trap?

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    I just got 3 babies from cuttings so it can't be too hard.

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    They're supposed to be difficult to grow to large plants because they divide frequently on their own. Maybe that's why AgriStarts III hasn't distributed them in a while - wait for what's out there to die off so demand goes up again.
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    Oooooo!!

    I like the Cupped Trap too!

    So how does the cupped trap work Does it have difficulty sealing tightly shut on prey due to the oddball trap shape?? Seems like it would....
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    The traps are supposed to be fully functional. The leaves that were on it when I bought it wouldn't close completely when I tried to feed them. If you look at the first picture you can see a couple of leaves without traps - thanks to the flowers. I haven't tried feeding it since it started producing new traps finally.

    BTW the cupped trap in the first and second close-ups is actually a much deeper red - crimson/maroon then shows in the photo. Closer to the color of the big B52. The outside is pretty red too, but you can't see that from the photos. I could color correct it, but too lazy to calibrate my monitor etc.
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    wow, nicely done. The traps are SO red

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    Wow, I love the B52, where'd you get it? Wanna trade something for one? I'll even take 1 leaf if you can spare that.
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