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    That's a great video! Really awesome capture

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    I have a version up with a slow-mo ending now.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxMqm...1&feature=plcp

    The fall is the funniest part! It looks so confused!

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    That other bee just like, "Oh I KNOW you did not push him in!"

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    lol.

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    this is a real nice thread,dunno how i missed it thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    A few species of Sphagnum from Caroline County, VA. We're working on IDing it, and getting it into cultivation

    Sphagnum by Wire Man, on Flickr

    I call this "cushion" Sphagnum. You can see why.

    Sphagnum sp. by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Sphagnum sp. by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Probably S. rubellum. It's much darker than most forms of red Sphag.

    Sphagnum rubellum by Wire Man, on Flickr
    Have ID's for those yet? Pretty cool species.

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    No clue what the first one is, second one is the infamous "Cushion" Sphag, and the last is S. rubellum.

    I really need to update this....

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    That cushion sphagnum could be a big help with transplanting seedlings. I had enough trouble of trying to thread tiny Nepenthes roots through the stringy felt of regular sphagnum with out damaging them.


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