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    Macros - July (pic-heavy, mixed species)

    Dionaea "A2", eating two of its own traps








    Dionaea "Big Vigorous"





    Dionaea "Czech Giant"



    Dionaea "Vigorous"



    Dionaea 'Pink Venus'





    Dionaea "Dutch Delight"



    Pot of Typicals





    Dionaea 'B52'





    Dionaea "FTS Maroon Monster" with sand all over it





    Dionaea "FTS Etna" plantlet; again with the sand...



    Dionaea "BZ Razorback"





    Dionaea 'Wacky Traps'




    Dionaea "1955" (Bob Zeimer's 1955 clone)





    Dionaea seedlings



    Colorful Typical



    Nepenthes ampullaria, in recovery from leaf burn







    Sarracenia - Unidentified (alata?)





    Sarracenia rubra







    Sarracenia x [flava var atropurpurea x flava var ornata]





    Sarracenia purpurea ssp venosa









    Cephalotus follicularis (very young plants)





    Drosera spatulata



    Drosera aliciae





    Drosera capensis 'Narrow'



    Drosera capensis alba



    Drosera lasiantha



    Drosera paleacea ssp paleacea



    Flytrap flower stalk strikes:

    Dionaea 'Clayton's Red Sunset'




    Dionaea 'Sawtooth'



    Dionaea 'B52'



    Dionaea "A2"



    Dionaea "FTS Maroon Monster"



    Dionaea "BZ Razorback"

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    these pics are drool worthy!

    your flytraps have great color to them, even the typicals. do you grow them under artificial light?

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    Man such great shots and worth the loading time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    these pics are drool worthy!

    your flytraps have great color to them, even the typicals. do you grow them under artificial light?
    Thanks!

    Yep - my townhouse's perimeter doesn't provide much in the way of direct sunlight (3-4 hours), so when I moved here I had to make a decision. I'm using this (~8 inches above the canopy, 16/8 cycle): http://www.plantlightinghydroponics....ht-p-3351.html

    So far so good, minus the bugs one of my orders came with.

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    Such Happy Healthy Plants!

    dvg

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    Wonderfully detailed shots. If you don't mind my asking: What equipment did you use to snap these?
    "There is no pain as great as being alive,
    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
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    can you keep me in touch when you ever have seeds we can come to an understanding VERONIS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brokken View Post
    Wonderfully detailed shots. If you don't mind my asking: What equipment did you use to snap these?
    I use this: http://www.amazon.com/Canon-PowerSho.../dp/B001SER46K

    At the time I bought it last year it produced the best macros of any point and shoot pocket camera (imo, based on samples/studies), and it was affordable.

    All in all it does fairly well for not being a DSLR.
    Last edited by Veronis; 07-07-2012 at 03:45 PM.

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