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    D.m. "Coquillage"

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    Let the tissue culture begin!
    The profile pic that you see above is my actual photo. I am a hyper-intelligent snake that has learned to use the internet and I will eventually rule you all.

    Just kidding..... Or am I?

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    Some neat stuff in this thread! Love the time lapses.
    Did your sphagnum end up growing over the algae or no? Wondering if h2o2 is safe on sphagnum... I'm guessing not, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curtisconners View Post
    Let the tissue culture begin!
    Hell yea, man! BTW, do you have a D. burmannii "Humpty Doo"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alita View Post
    Some neat stuff in this thread! Love the time lapses.
    Did your sphagnum end up growing over the algae or no? Wondering if h2o2 is safe on sphagnum... I'm guessing not, though.
    Thanks! I'm working on a new timelapse, right now, actually. Not sure how good it will be since the camera was bumped a few times, but I think there should be some action. It'll probably be done within a day or two.

    As for the sphagnum.....it didn't. While sphagum can recover from dilute H2O2 applications as long as the inner stem isn't killed (my experience), it didn't seem to be a very effective treatment for algae in the spahgnum cultures. On other plants and media, it works really well to wipe out algae and fungi, but I have yet to remove algae from a living sphagnum culture, and have it stay away afterwards. I'd say your best bet is to just trim the live clean heads, thoroughly rinse them anyway, and then use them to start a new culture.
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    D. burmannii "Humpty Doo":




    Dionaea muscipula 'Coquillage':


    Dionaea muscipula 'Wacky Traps':


    Drosophyllum lusitanicum:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomsday
    Thanks! I'm working on a new timelapse, right now, actually. Not sure how good it will be since the camera was bumped a few times, but I think there should be some action. It'll probably be done within a day or two.

    As for the sphagnum.....it didn't. While sphagum can recover from dilute H2O2 applications as long as the inner stem isn't killed (my experience), it didn't seem to be a very effective treatment for algae in the spahgnum cultures. On other plants and media, it works really well to wipe out algae and fungi, but I have yet to remove algae from a living sphagnum culture, and have it stay away afterwards. I'd say your best bet is to just trim the live clean heads, thoroughly rinse them anyway, and then use them to start a new culture.
    Looking forward to it, then! One of my pings is sending up a flowerbud right now, and I was like dangnabbit, if I'd only thought of doing time lapses like Doom... Haha.

    Itís too bad the H2O2 treatment doesn't rid sphagnum of algae. Does the spaghnum still turn yellow with dilute applications of it though? I dealt with aphids by way of neem solution, and while it worked that did bleach my sphagnum blonde in places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alita View Post
    Looking forward to it, then! One of my pings is sending up a flowerbud right now, and I was like dangnabbit, if I'd only thought of doing time lapses like Doom... Haha.

    It’s too bad the H2O2 treatment doesn't rid sphagnum of algae. Does the spaghnum still turn yellow with dilute applications of it though? I dealt with aphids by way of neem solution, and while it worked that did bleach my sphagnum blonde in places.
    Thanks, and haha. You still can time lapse the blooming or the pings leaves growing.

    The H2O2 spray will lighten the moss a bit but until a certain concentration it won't turn it white.

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    *delete*
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