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  1. Thread: Not emarginata?

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    Thank you to the others who have replied, I found...

    Thank you to the others who have replied, I found this photo from a week or two ago. It's flowering again so I will get a sharper photo either later today or later in the week. What other species...
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    Thanks! I take a lot of photos, some of which...

    Thanks! I take a lot of photos, some of which happen to be good. I agree with you on the flower, I was looking forward to the actual emarginata and then was kind of confused. I made a post elseware...
  3. Thread: Not emarginata?

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    I purchased it from Sarracenia Northwest. I agree...

    I purchased it from Sarracenia Northwest. I agree that it is a related hybrid but am not very knowledgeable on the various other species of butterwort. Here are a picture for size and the flower that...
  4. Thread: Not emarginata?

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    Not emarginata?

    About two months ago, I ordered a Pinguicula Emarginata. It has been growing well and has flowered already, however, Hcarlton printed out that it is clearly not an emarginata, since it does not have...
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    Interesting. I'll see what it does from here on.

    Interesting. I'll see what it does from here on.
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    :stupid: I forgot! Yes, I made two controls....

    :stupid: I forgot! Yes, I made two controls. Including the controls there are 6 plants in this test. They were all moved to this shelf at around the same time, three in the grow light and three under...
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    Finally Bought a Macro Lens!

    Here's a shot of my young traps growing in my room. They are in 2x2 pots, 9 of which fit perfectly in a regular size tray of Oreos! One strang habit they have it to keep their trap underground and...
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    Scott's Disease EX test results!

    About a month ago, I added a small amount of Scott's Disease ex lawn fungicide to the water of a few of my sundews to see if they would perk up. Since I moved all of them to a new setup at around the...
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    What is happening here?!

    I was just checking up on individual plants when I found this! it is on the very end of the flower stalk, and appears to be a new plantlet growing. What I want to know is how? Is it getting nutrients...
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    Cameras are nice!

    Here are some of the photos I took using the camera I got last Christmas- a Canon Rebel T6. I apologize for the reduced quality since I posted these on Imgur, but they should still look OK. ...
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    Pictures for my simple setup.

    Here's what I used to germinate capensis seeds, and am currently growing young Drosera Tokiensis in.
    https://i.imgur.com/jSvlgwy.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/UpZsr35.jpg
    Look for these at Home Depot...
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    cubicle cube!

    Are you planning on using drosera? Those would probably be the easiest. For LED lights, you can get away with a daylight white LED bulb in a standard lamp fixture or a pendant light. I use a 15w...
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    I agree! These are plants that I rescued from...

    I agree! These are plants that I rescued from Lowes last winter, and they have made a bunch of divisions since then.
    Here are all of the ones which were re-potted yesterday and are under two new 24w...
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    Finally Moved Plants Outside!

    Almost two months ago I moved my collection outside. I wanted to do it earlier, but had to find a way to keep birds from destroying my pitchers. They destroyed all the incoming pitchers that were...
  15. Thread: oooooops

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    wot in tarnation?

    That's something I have only seen happen with dandelions! Never thought it could happen to flytraps. :confused:
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    would like some input/ gauge interest

    I would like to start this thread to see if there was any interest in some projects I may work on for senior projects over the next year.
    1. A kit watering individual potted VFT's , monitoring how...
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    Better now

    Since I made those posts a while ago, they have done much better!
    https://i.imgur.com/osBxh7l.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/69tqOpS.jpg
  18. Thread: New setup

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    New setup

    I recently re-potted most of my capensis because the plants were starting to have deformed leaves and their roots were getting compacted. Since I moved them, they have been doing much better!
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  19. Sarracenia Rubra flower! (+ updates on other sars)

    I've been working on my robotics team so much that I have not been able to post much, but I thought that a development recently called for an update. I re-potted my Sarracenia rubra after the break-...
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    I'll be adding more of my electrical engineering...

    I'll be adding more of my electrical engineering later on, But for now I'll add some general cautions and tips for these setups.
    #1 Chill out (literally)! Heat causes the lifespan of LED lights to...
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    Since everyone is looking for a display case like...

    Since everyone is looking for a display case like that one, here's a few affordable ones I found on Amazon.
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    True. The neps that were browning at the edges...

    True. The neps that were browning at the edges are doing much better now that they are in pure sphagnum. I blame the sketchy sphagnum that they were packed into. Interestingly, the peat media at the...
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    Just read through this thread, and dang. This...

    Just read through this thread, and dang. This setup has a great aesthetic and functional appeal. I might do a similar thing with a capensis or tokaiensis. Great work dude! Those macro shots are...
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    At last, my first true Ventrata pitcher!

    After I got a humidifier almost two months ago, my ventrata has opened the first pitcher under my care. One opened before, but it was mostly formed when I bought it back in august. Since it did not...
  25. This looks amazing! I can't wait for it to come...

    This looks amazing! I can't wait for it to come out. :bigthumpup:
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