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    A glimpse of what will be available at this year's auction

    I think it's time for some of us who have plans for what we will be putting up for auction this year to give a future view of what we will make available for bid this time around.

    Drosera 'Hercules'

    I will be making available for bid the newly-named and registered Drosera 'Hercules'. This cross between D. capensis and D. aliciae is one of the most interesting new sundew cultivars to come along in a long time. It is big, strong and certainly gets attention. If you have the current Carnivorous Plant Newsletter you can see for yourself. Otherwise look for more about this beautiful cultivar to be seen here at TF in the future.

    Update: Now you can look here to see the entire description and photos - http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/...47n1p36_38.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    I think it's time for some of us who have plans for what we will be putting up for auction this year to give a future view of what we will make available for bid this time around.

    Drosera 'Hercules'

    I will be making available for bid the newly-named and registered Drosera 'Hercules'. This cross between D. capensis and D. aliciae is one of the most interesting new sundew cultivars to come along in a long time. It is big, strong and certainly gets attention. If you have the current Carnivorous Plant Newsletter you can see for yourself. Otherwise look for more about this beautiful cultivar to be seen here at TF in the future.
    Where can I find the newsletter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresh Hex View Post
    Where can I find the newsletter?
    You can get it from the International Carnivorous Plant Society----> http://www.carnivorousplants.org/

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    I've made some more cp bookmarks - a sarracenia and some venus flytraps

    Also, is there interest in trilobites I dug up in the mountains of Utah? I've got surplus and I'm thinking of putting them up in something like medium flat-rate boxes. They're pretty great, but I just dug up way too much. I'm not sure how legal it is to ship outside of the US (I'm thinking of the Chinese dino-export laws) so I think it'll be an inside-of-US auction too.

    Edit: Oh, and I should have some D. 'Andromeda' and prolifera too.
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    I'm in for some trilozu :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    I'm in for some trilozu :-)

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    I'll have some different Isopod species to offer: Spanish Orange, Dalmatians, Giant Canyons, Peach Pills, and Zebra Pills. Here are some photos (not mine) for reference. They are easy to breed and make great pets, feeders and plant food!

    Spanish Orange


    Dalmatians


    Giant Canyons


    Peach Pills


    Zebra Pills


    I'll also offer some Cemetery Spanish Moss (like I've offered the past couple years) and some books. I'm sure I'll find some other plants, seeds and other goodies to offer.



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    Nifty zebra pills!

    I assume they are going to do it via FB again? (I don't do FB so wouldn't be putting anything up...)
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