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    Capslock's pic thread

    Hi all, I guess I'll make a permanent pic thread too!

    First of all, my outdoor plants made it through another winter! The N.xPredator took the most damage, and I had to move the N. thorelii x...
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    Wireman - I've had that vent x aristo for many...

    Wireman - I've had that vent x aristo for many years. It has lived outdoors on my deck year round for about six years I'd guess. It is completely impervious to cold, and has been through many light...
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    Things are starting to come back

    Finally things are picking up in the grow room. No sign of returning pests so hopefully it will be a good summer.

    This is N. xTiveyi. Healthy uppers forming and a nice basal:...
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    First pic thread in forever

    Hey!
    So, I'm just recovering from a year-long, near catastrophic bout with pests of various sorts, from that Hawaiin white scale to thrips to munching caterpillar things, and so on. I attribute it...
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    The revolution in Iran was much different. It was...

    The revolution in Iran was much different. It was much more "religious" than the Eqypt revolution, which was secular, and involved all kinds of different groups united in frustration at their corrupt...
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    Here's mine:...

    Here's mine:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer/Nlowiixmerilliana.jpg
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    crazy...

    crazy...
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    Some random neps and nice hybrids

    Let's start with some unusual hybrids.

    N. eyvelospama (N. (eymae x veitchii) x (lowii x (spathulata x maxima)). The peristome starts out a little stripey but quickly gets this solid bronze color....
  9. From yesterday. This plant is going to be so fun...

    From yesterday. This plant is going to be so fun to watch grow up - it seems like there are a lot of siblings out there, and they clearly grow well.
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    That would work better than pure lfs, and would...

    That would work better than pure lfs, and would be fine for now.
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    Use half sphagnum and half chunky bits like...

    Use half sphagnum and half chunky bits like perlite, pumice, charcoal, or even orchid bark or coco chips.
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    Let 'em grow! Keep it bushy, or you'll just have...

    Let 'em grow! Keep it bushy, or you'll just have a sparse, woody stem down there.

    Anyway, I have both the PDA and the Atlanta Giant clone, as well as another sibling which is male. In all three...
  13. Wow, yours are WAY ahead of mine. I have a lot of...

    Wow, yours are WAY ahead of mine. I have a lot of them, but they are still tiny. I was a little late to the seed party, though, and am somewhat surprised to have gotten the germination that I did...
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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer...

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer/NtruncataxTM2.jpg

    I got a flat wide peristome. :)
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    Mine are further behind than these, but I'd...

    Mine are further behind than these, but I'd estimate I have about 40 seedlings of both the green and candy-striped Veitchiis. I got the seeds late in the various exchanges, but still had good...
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    Good job with the tentaculatas. Those aren't the...

    Good job with the tentaculatas. Those aren't the easiest plants in the world!
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    Yeah that's a keeper. I'm going to have to keep...

    Yeah that's a keeper. I'm going to have to keep my eyes out for one of those. Good growing!
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    Pics pics pics!

    Here we go! In no particular order..

    One of the good ones, N. spectabilis x veitchii:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer/Nspectabilisxveitchii1.jpg

    A similar robust hybrid, N....
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    Tamlin, It's great to see you back at it! I hope...

    Tamlin,
    It's great to see you back at it! I hope you are feeling better these days and are able to continue growing. Alas, I have only nepenthes these days, though I could scare up some drosophylum...
  20. Looks awesome! Except there's some weird P-R-N-D...

    Looks awesome! Except there's some weird P-R-N-D thing where your stick shift ought to be! :p
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    Here's mine. This is a great hybrid. ...

    Here's mine. This is a great hybrid.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer/Carnivorous%20Plants/Nveitchiixboschiana1.jpg
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    Holy cow! Good luck SK!!! :D

    Holy cow! Good luck SK!!! :D
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    Great stuff, rattler! Keep ignoring your plants,...

    Great stuff, rattler! Keep ignoring your plants, it's working! :)
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    N. campanulata x (spect x tal) - 2 Clones

    Here are two very different siblings of N. campanulata x (spectabilis x talangensis).

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer/Carnivorous%20Plants/Ncampanulataxspecxtalang2.jpg
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    Here are a couple of mine: ...

    Here are a couple of mine:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v346/maxschaefer/Carnivorous%20Plants/NtruncataQxK1.jpg
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