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    I like both aspects of the plant the resemblance to dente and any red cultivar. I'd like to know just how uncommon the plant is because I'm not sure If I'm going to get one or not.
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    It's pretty rare and I had to pay quite a bit for a small plant.

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    not very rare as it was long ago as aposed today . i know a website that sells them if you would like to know , pm me .

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    on flytrap.com I was looking at the red piranha and it doesn't look like that. it is more of a red not orange. Any help?

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    Quote (mat_man444 @ Sep. 15 2003,4:29)
    on flytrap.com I was looking at the red piranha and it doesn't look like that. it is more of a red not orange. Any help?[/QUOTE]
    Remember, Alvin grows his plants differently than the one in the picture. Different parts of the world as well, and for all we know a different clone. The colors can be different from light, or even a trace element in the medium.

    The pictures that are listed both fit the description. I just don't see a justification in the cost just yet. I'll just wait to find someone with a loose leaf. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]
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    hmmm.... Whether or not the cost is worth it isn't a big deal to me... I'm setting up a second mini-bog and I wanted a highlight.

    I'm pretty sure I'm going to get it...

    But I'm going to wait awhile till I have the money for a large order...
    That might take awhile
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    I'm thinking about buying one of those and giving leaf cuttings for sase in the spring, but does anyone know for sure which cultivar it is? Also if you have another favorite cultivar, please tell me so I can get it instead. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    the cultivar name is red pirhana , its not really a cultivar i think , it is a hybrid between dente and red dragon vft i think .

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