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    Photos of a few plants late August 2010

    Bristletooth


    And the weird trigger hairs:


    Czech Giant
    A pink toothed clone.


    Fuzzy Tooth
    For those of you that like 'Fused Tooth', you should really like "Fuzzy Tooth"!



    Holland Red
    Holland Red and Green Dragon are battling for my favorite red clone. They're both very vigorous, produce a lot of seed and have large traps. They're nice plants.


    Long Red Fingers


    Trichterfalle
    This is one of the weirder clones I currently grow.


    UK Sawtooth Form II


    Wacky Traps
    And this is the weirdest clone that I currently grow.


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    Stunning shots, Matt!
    Very nice plants, too!
    I had no idea Long Red Fingers made stuck teeth like that, though.

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    Beautiful plants... and they actually look different from many that look like typicals or red somethingorothers. Someday I'd like to try Wacky traps.

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    Boy that fuzzy tooth looks like something out of a Peter Jackson horror movie, huh? *shivers*

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    Quote Originally Posted by i<3carnivores View Post
    Stunning shots, Matt!
    Very nice plants, too!
    I had no idea Long Red Fingers made stuck teeth like that, though.
    Thanks i<3carnivores! I really like Long Red Fingers. With its coloration an unique trap shape, it always catches my eye when I walk into my greenhouse.
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    Beautiful plants... and they actually look different from many that look like typicals or red somethingorothers. Someday I'd like to try Wacky traps.
    Thanks jimscott! You may just get your chance to try Wacky Traps sooner than you think! I got it initialized in tissue culture this spring, so I'll likely have hundreds of them by next spring. If you're at all intersted, I posted a thread with a bunch of cultures of flytrap clones that I initialized this spring. You can see it here:
    http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/so...010-t7294.html

    That's not all of the clones I got going this spring, but there are quite a few of them there.

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    Boy that fuzzy tooth looks like something out of a Peter Jackson horror movie, huh? *shivers*
    Yeah, Fuzzy Tooth is crazy looking and it retains it's fused teeth nearly year round, unlike Fused Tooth that usually only displays the characteristic late in the year.

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    I didn't know this site existed. The hardest part for me is transitioning TC plants to the ambient world.... even when following instructions! BTW, I do have 7 viable plants from the batch of red ones you sent a few months ago. Does 'Wacky Traps' need to be hand-fed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    I didn't know this site existed.
    Hah, that's funny! We've done a few trade now and I guess I've just failed to mention it
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    BTW, I do have 7 viable plants from the batch of red ones you sent a few months ago.
    OK, good! I'm glad to hear that some of them made it for you.
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    Does 'Wacky Traps' need to be hand-fed?
    Yes, it must be hand fed because it isn't able to catch food on its own. I haven't fed mine yet so it hasn't been fed in the year I've had it. But I've been thinking about feeding it by hand. I just haven't gotten around to it.

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    Are Wacky Traps comparable to 'Bart Simpson'?

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