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    I would only own plants with functional traps, that is, to me, the greatest part of all carnivorous plants.
    Come to me flies and crawling bugs. This plant wants to give you great big hugs
    Aren't I pretty, don't I smell good? I'd come to you if I could
    But I can't so you must come to me, I'm sure we will get along splendidly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zath View Post
    I'd heard of them, but some of those pictures are impressive. They're definitely on my wishlist.
    99.9% of the cultivars out there will never make it onto my wish list. They either look too close to typical flytraps, another cultivar or are just total mutants. Have you seen "Fondue" or "Whacky Traps" ? Both of those along with many others should have been culled straight out of TC. There's even a totally trapless cultivar. Now who in their right mind would ever want THAT ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoSarah View Post
    I would only own plants with functional traps, that is, to me, the greatest part of all carnivorous plants.
    I agree, even if said traps are buried underground out of sight. :P

    @ Cthulu

    You're right, some of those don't seem too appealing. I guess my thing is that there -are- so many flytraps that look similar, that anything that truly -does- stand out certainly has a spot in my home. VFT's are still my favorite CP, and it's nice to have different ones to look at.

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    Hi guys, No this plant has never been treated with pesticide or a fungicide ,this was a Home Depot rescue plant out of one of those death cubes, I am one of those people who like mutant plants too... the wacky traps don't close, non functional trap's.. and I agree it would be cool to have a double-headed trap on one leaf !
    Last edited by madmacks420; 06-03-2014 at 08:27 AM.

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    Here is the second double header,smaller than the first one but still very cool!!


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    Pulled out the real camera to get better pics.cell phone not doing the best job.Here is a better pic of the first Dbl. header I posted.


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    Very cool!
    I recently had a cape sundew produce a double sticky trap leaf. Both traps worked too.
    Nice new photos as well, please keep posting as they mature.

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    I remember a double-headed Venus flytrap in an old issue of CPN. Congrats on the leaf. Both of the traps look functional too. I wonder if it is more efficient for a plant to make two traps on a single petiole.

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