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    haha I wish I had your optimistic attitude :D...

    haha I wish I had your optimistic attitude :D
    btw, your collinsiae pic you posted a while ago was sooooooo good.
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    oh boy, well after looking into things a bit...

    oh boy, well after looking into things a bit further tonight, it seems as tho Siggi has come upon a realization about his "D. ultramafica" recently X/:...
  3. awesome! A pot that size would be superb for...

    awesome! A pot that size would be superb for preventing the root-related issues that I and so many others have had w/ this spcs. Also a great medium mix and a good idea to replace the media every...
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    really great pics, everyone!!! I was a bit...

    really great pics, everyone!!! I was a bit worried that the Ultramafica would prove to be spatulata 'Tamlin' or something similar, but Ron's pics alleviate some of my worries, since they look like...
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    Thanks, everyone!!! :D

    Thanks, everyone!!! :D
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    Sounds like they're just adjusting to the more...

    Sounds like they're just adjusting to the more intense lighting. The ones that still have dew should be fine. I've never had an issue with that supposed red fungus problem, but growers have said...
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    ...and adding to NaN's post... The plants I've...

    ...and adding to NaN's post...
    The plants I've grown in a lower-light greenhouse appear to have tentacles completely devoid of pigment. However, the same clones grown under stronger lighting in a...
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    these are inspirational :D!

    these are inspirational :D!
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    boy, your collection has sure come along. I can't...

    boy, your collection has sure come along. I can't imagine how much work that was!!! HUGE props to you for maintaining all of those. It still takes me about a full day every 6 weeks or so even to...
  10. lovely! boy that one is sure loaded with flowers.

    lovely! boy that one is sure loaded with flowers.
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    well the last time i went was in 2010- scroll to...

    well the last time i went was in 2010- scroll to the last page in this thread: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121722&page=2

    last year's was in indiana, i believe.
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    awesome! i'm from CR and there's usually a...

    awesome! i'm from CR and there's usually a gathering in the midwest once a year (near chicago or thereabouts). maybe we can get a gathering going in iowa now that there are 4 of us, or so :)
    ...
  13. wow, the things I'd do...if i only weren't in...

    wow, the things I'd do...if i only weren't in poverty right now XD
    Fantastic work with everything.
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    Very nice descriptions and pictures :) ...and...

    Very nice descriptions and pictures :)

    ...and here's an illustration of DJ57's post:
    D. binata var. dichotoma "T-form" flower stalk cutting rooting in water after about 6-7 weeks...
  15. Sticky: looks great, Jon! nicely done.

    looks great, Jon! nicely done.
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    thanks for the beautiful show, mach and mass!

    thanks for the beautiful show, mach and mass!
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    Wonderfully grown! and something completely...

    Wonderfully grown!
    and something completely unrelated to this post- are you Mark Pogany? If so, did you get my email a while back?
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    Paul is spot on and i'd say the only thing that...

    Paul is spot on and i'd say the only thing that can probably save your plant, SEELE, is to feed it if it has not already been catching its own food or been fed recently. Sometimes it's just their...
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    aww, they're growing up so fast. love them all,...

    aww, they're growing up so fast. love them all, as always.
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    Wow, now that is what I would call tuberous...

    Wow, now that is what I would call tuberous perfection. Can't get much better than that! fantastic work as always!
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    Very neat and beautifully grown! Looks most...

    Very neat and beautifully grown! Looks most likely to be a typical x "Red"?
    The F2 generation of plants from self-pollination may produce a wide variety of offspring, and it may even get...
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    Very nice! I really enjoyed the animation too :)

    Very nice! I really enjoyed the animation too :)
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    YES!!!! I've been waiting for an update for so...

    YES!!!! I've been waiting for an update for so long and these were even better than i was hoping for. faaaantastic! :-O
    Oddly, it seems as tho keehn's D. oblanceolata might be D. sp. "Lantau Island...
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    awww those are adorable ;). Well done!

    awww those are adorable ;). Well done!
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    wow dionae! agreed- if those are regular D....

    wow dionae! agreed- if those are regular D. capensis, they'd be the most deformed D. capensis I've ever seen :) I think you managed to successfully cross them, so I'll give you a premature congrats....
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