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Thread: Dionaea cultivars

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    Does anyone have a list of dionaea cultivars? I have seen the list posted at ICPS, but it doesn't include a pictures as reference, and not all of them are registered. I'm looking for only quality cultivars, not "varieties" that have mutations and then revert back to normal.

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    I have seen them all over the web, and posted them before too... You cna try searching around this site, but who knows what you'll find... sometimes things get posted in odd places! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    I will poke around the web this weekend, and generate a list...

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    Hi everyone,
    I even saw a VFT mutant on the ICPS website not registered as a cultivar--but it should be! It's called the 'pompom VFT'. Look under Strange and Unusual in the members photo gallery. I truly love this plant, and I'm going to try to get a few for myself. I remember hearing about it a while back on the GardenWeb forum...but my memory fails me.
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    Wow.. do the traps even work though?

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    No idea...but that would be sooo cool if it did though!
    later,
    Chris

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    It's my understanding the traps do not function. It is also a very rare plant with only a few in cultivation...

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    That's too bad...I hope it becomes more widespread in cultivation. Imagine seeing THOSE on store shelves--rather than the typicals and dentates. I think they'd turn beginners off, though, as the first thing you want to see as a beginner is a trap catching some helpless hamburger. Imagine that...:)
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    There is a good list of published varieties/ mutations available at www.dionea.homestead.com under "varieties".

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