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    Flytrap seed pods

    Still playing with the macro setting on my camera...here are a few dionaea seed pod photos showing "ready-to-harvest" seed pods that have already turned brown and cracked wide open, alongside others that are still cooking.

    These are from my two Big Vigorous that flowered simultaneously. I'm hoping some of the seeds will maintain the vigorous characteristic of their parents, because when they say vigorous, man, they're not kidding.

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    Nice !!! Look at all those shiny black seeds Can't wait for mines to flower. Thanks for sharing

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    Very Nice Veronis! are you going to give them away? *whistle

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    Awesome looking seeds Veronis!

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