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    $68. Were I not broke I might have gone for it,...

    $68. Were I not broke I might have gone for it, as it was not a terrible price for the size of the plant, but as-is...well, I'm broke. On that note: know anyone looking for a pet snake?
  2. Thread: Pics post!

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    The taxonomist in me would have to vehemently...

    The taxonomist in me would have to vehemently disagree with this notion on grounds of known distribution patterns and techniques already in place for labeling unknowns; the Indochinese group was...
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    Once upon a time I had a seed-grown one...

    Once upon a time I had a seed-grown one (supposedly, if the seeds were correctly labeled) but it died a long time ago, with several potential reasons why that I won't try untangling. There was one...
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    With how individual parent clones can severely...

    With how individual parent clones can severely affect appearance and how variable offspring can be, I wouldn't put too much stock in a particular color tendency for one species, and many of the...
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    I'd really, really doubt that any of the original...

    I'd really, really doubt that any of the original "thorelii" crosses have any thorelii at all since literally no one had it; kampotiana and bokorensis are the primary culprits, and I'd bet even that...
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    D. tokaiensis can grow to nearly 2" in diameter...

    D. tokaiensis can grow to nearly 2" in diameter at least, size varies depending on conditions. No spatulata variant (there's really no such thing as a "regular" spatulata, the species is highly...
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    There are a lot of Sarracenia clones that produce...

    There are a lot of Sarracenia clones that produce stunted lids as a standard appearance, just not registered as cultivars. A one-off pitcher like this is likely just a hormonal fluke.
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    It has white flowers and came from Meadowview,...

    It has white flowers and came from Meadowview, otherwise no. Seems to be the same clone that hitchhiked from a certain major West Coast place, since that one and this one have been blooming all...
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    Newly molted male flower mantis...

    Newly molted male flower mantis
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343669122_fafc9de0c5_b.jpgCreobroter gemmatus by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
  10. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    Still working on getting this guy used to me,...

    Still working on getting this guy used to me, getting close to comfort with him
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50342828693_f4d34d1a00_b.jpgCymus by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
  11. Thread: Aroids

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    The giants are growing...

    The giants are growing
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343671842_4da5c08676_b.jpgA. titanum by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50342832023_4c3358515c_b.jpgA....
  12. Thread: Sarrs in CO

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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343509676_22...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343509676_22790179a7_b.jpgS. flava rubricorpora x 'Adrian Slack' Clone A by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
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    An uncommonly shown species, that seems to...

    An uncommonly shown species, that seems to finally actually be doing well for me
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343509701_dab71faf7f_b.jpgN. tomoriana BE-3344 by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
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    Still hoping this spring might produce flowers on...

    Still hoping this spring might produce flowers on these
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343668202_e336099130_b.jpgP. primuliflora 'Rose' by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    And screwy...
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    Outdoor mystery origin plant...

    Outdoor mystery origin plant
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343517521_03d7322ebb_b.jpgD. burmannii? by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    And another...
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343669032_16...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343669032_16c001e9f4_b.jpgD. 'Childhood Wishes' by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50342828953_8243f15f94_b.jpgD....
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    It's gone dormant, those are hibernacula. Keep it...

    It's gone dormant, those are hibernacula. Keep it either somewhere that it will get natural decreasing light so that it remains so, or put it in a fridge.
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    Poll: Found a monster hiding in the back of the...

    Found a monster hiding in the back of the greenhouse; it's unfortunately now on a cutting, but the pitcher is still very active
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343677162_f5d2c05f4d_b.jpgN....
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343515206_91...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50343515206_91b2d07637_b.jpgS. 'Night Sky' x 'Adrian Slack' Clone A by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
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    Tsela's actually the calmest of the three gophers...

    Tsela's actually the calmest of the three gophers I have; I've heard claims that the black pines tend to have slightly more bullheaded attitudes than other species, but it's certainly not the case...
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    She's my "cheap indigo," just as dark as the...

    She's my "cheap indigo," just as dark as the all-black ones almost but didn't cost me a grand. Still has the aspect of "needs a permit to take her out of state when I move" which will cost a little...
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    Step one, stop misting. This only causes humidity...

    Step one, stop misting. This only causes humidity spikes and temperature fluctuations that can both stress the plant out more than it already is from being moved. Step two, be patient. If the plant...
  23. Thread: Drosera ID

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    I would compare the flowers to known "Hong Kong"...

    I would compare the flowers to known "Hong Kong" locality photos, as it looks more like you've ended up with 2 different burmannii variants. Both the same species, but I can't say same locality.
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    Because, frankly, decomposition of dead things in...

    Because, frankly, decomposition of dead things in the soil and eventual uptake of the result via the roots is how the vast majority of plants get their nutrients, they do not have any special design...
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    There is no evidence of such. The "quasi"...

    There is no evidence of such. The "quasi" carnivory of Proboscidea, Ibicella, etc. has already been rejected because they do not reliably show any digestive properties (either via direct production...
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