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    I tried looking at the plant at Bob's site but was unable to connect. With no photo I am unsure of the question. I have noted that early spring growth can produce many atypical features that later even out. Puckering or ridges in the petioles may also be a result of insect infestation, so look cosely at your plants with a good lens.
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    Thanks all. And Tamlin, please keep trying to view the picture, I need your eyes.
    P.S. Aidan S. on the UK site might think the clone "Feather" was chemically induced. We are unsure, however.

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    That feathering on bobs plants is pretty cool!
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    Hmm, no, mine doesn't do quite like that. Mine sorta spreads out, and is not to that extent. But that is really cool. LOL
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    Very different looking.

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    I do know some other mutants that were chemically induced. "Trichterfalle" or the funnel trap VFT was introduced to some hormones to acquire the funnel traps......
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    If that is the way they are growing natualy Id say they look realy cool, But if that is some infestation or sickness I hope they are allright.. But COOLLLL

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    it looks like you have some spider eggs in one of your traps.

    Thats one crazy looking plant, try cutting the veins on one of the leaves, see what happens, use a exacto knife or razor blade. tell me what happens

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