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    Those are some happy-looking D. falconeri.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Those are some happy-looking D. falconeri.
    Thanks, man! That's good to hear, coming from the resident Petiolaris pro. I've said it before, but D. falconeri is quickly becoming one of my favorite species. I can't wait to start propagating them.

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    Cephalotus follicularis update:


    Cephalotus follicularis (older specimen) with/without flash:



    D. falconeri (Rescue Mission: Success) actually coloring up already, despite being in a bag. I have been opening the bag a little more every few days, to acclimate it to room humidity, like my larger specimen:


    D. burmannii "Humpty Doo" that divided itself:


    D. nitidula (jar isn't perfectly smooth, so focusing on them is pretty hard. Some jars are easier than others, to take good pics through:
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    Look at those cephs go!

    Coming from someone who knows very little about tissue culture - what is the clear medium you have your seedlings in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Look at those cephs go!

    Coming from someone who knows very little about tissue culture - what is the clear medium you have your seedlings in?
    Thanks! I'm really happy the new ceph baby is doing well. I was a bit worried because it was really small.

    As for my tissue culture jars, I am using MS media for nutrients, and Gellan gum as a gelling agent. It's much clearer and neater than the agar I was working with before.

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    Progress through the year of 2016:


    D. nitidula:


    D. natalensis:




    Drosophyllum lusitanicum (second seedling):


    C. follicularis with a spike tooth:

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    D. sp. "Floating":


    P. vitticeps (Pancake):
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    Those floatings are lovely. And I had no idea you kept a bearded dragon.

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