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Thread: Dionaea muscipula 'Coquillage'

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    Dionaea muscipula 'Coquillage'

    I finally got around to taking some photos of my 'Coquillage' Venus fly trap and I created a page on FlytrapCare for the official cultivar:
    Dionaea 'Coquillage' Venus fly trap

    Like the Alien flytrap I recently posted photos of, this is my first growing season with Coquillage and I'm really liking this plant. The thick traps and short menacing teeth are really neat.

    Below are some photos I took. Enjoy!




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    Whoah, cool! Personally, I think the shorter spiked cultivars always look more menacing...
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    I wonder if it holds prey in more effectively.

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    Aw man, that is one handsome plant.
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    Omg <3 <3 <3 now that is wonderful!

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    Looks like a toy flytrap. Nice!
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    Very interesting cilia. Does it capture prey effectively?

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    I thought Coquillage was the one that stays like, compact and dime-sized no matter what...but this seems bigger than that...


    Nice either way though!

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