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  1. Looking For (trade) Ping. calderoniae to trade for P. heterophylla or medusina

    I was recently given some very nice little plants of Pinguicula calderoniae. Being as I do not have either P. heterophylla or P. medusina I am hoping a trade or two can be arranged with someone...
  2. I try to not remove any leaf that isn't...

    I try to not remove any leaf that isn't completely dead. If they have any green on them at all they are still photosynthesizing and contributing to the plant.
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    A check-in, being as it has been awhile. It may...

    A check-in, being as it has been awhile. It may well be 6 months or more before regular meetings are resumed so I offer this idea. A few of us have met in local parks and other outdoor places wearing...
  4. catalinux777: I would just like to express...

    catalinux777: I would just like to express agreement with the advice already given and to suggest this info, if you haven't already read it:...
  5. It's funny, but though I am not facing imminent...

    It's funny, but though I am not facing imminent death my family approached me yesterday with this very question. I guess they don't want to be responsible for my many plants and I don't blame them. I...
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    Forgive me if I'm mistaken, but this looks like...

    Forgive me if I'm mistaken, but this looks like normal development of a new trap to me. Has this trap had outstretched cilia before or is it a new one?
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    Welcome, Fisher! :welcome: There is always...

    Welcome, Fisher! :welcome: There is always something interesting happening here and some very good advice to be had on the subject of growing carnivorous plants.
  8. Thread: Random pics

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    I really like the D. multifida. The petioles seem...

    I really like the D. multifida. The petioles seem very upright. Is it any particular form?
  9. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    When I was living in CA gopher snakes were one...

    When I was living in CA gopher snakes were one that I would just pick up when I saw them and rarely saw any defensive attitudes, though they generally did try to crawl away. I do love to hear them...
  10. Thread: Hello from WV!

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    :welcome:

    :welcome:
  11. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    If the pine snakes, of which I have no...

    If the pine snakes, of which I have no experience, have the same disposition as their cousins the gopher snakes she is probably a sweetheart, huh?
  12. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    Such a nice snake collection! From the photos I...

    Such a nice snake collection! From the photos I thought the black pine snake was an indigo snake being as it is so pretty.
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    :welcome: There are people growing at all levels...

    :welcome: There are people growing at all levels here and with all sorts of specialties. I'm sometimes amazed at the information that can be found in the TF archives.
  14. Thread: TC Newbie here

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    Welcome to Terra Forums, bacolodvft! :welcome:

    Welcome to Terra Forums, bacolodvft! :welcome:
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    It looks like all meetings will continue to be...

    It looks like all meetings will continue to be postponed until it becomes possible to meet without fear of spreading the Covid19 virus. For now, no news means no meetings. Sorry if I didn't make this...
  16. 'Sorry to say, that doesn't appear to be a...

    'Sorry to say, that doesn't appear to be a sundew. I have not grown utricularia from seeds so I don't know about those. Sundews can easily take up to 2 months to sprout, or more, so keep the faith!...
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    'Might be some outstanding individuals in the...

    'Might be some outstanding individuals in the group. Good luck!
  18. Thread: Random pics

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    The anglica x filiformis is very cool. It's not...

    The anglica x filiformis is very cool. It's not like anything else I've seen.
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    Congrats! 'Seems like a natural for a hybrid....

    Congrats! 'Seems like a natural for a hybrid. 'Wonder what the new generation will reveal.
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    Welcome back! There are lots of places to get CPs...

    Welcome back! There are lots of places to get CPs these days but Andrew and Flytrap Shop are a great place to start.
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    Thanks, Grey Moss.

    Thanks, Grey Moss.
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    Mine have been blooming in my garage window since...

    Mine have been blooming in my garage window since the nighttime temps started to rise in Feb. I suspect that a significant difference between daytime high temperatures and nighttime lows might make a...
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    A few

    Oops! Somehow this didn't work so here's another try;

    https://i.ibb.co/8NjjMpr/OLYMPUS-DIGITAL-CAMERA.jpg
    Utricularia 'Betty's Bay'


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    A...
  24. Thread: Emergency!!

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    It sounds like you have misted your stick insects...

    It sounds like you have misted your stick insects with insecticide residue. They have essentially been poisoned. Plastic bottles hold chemical residues very well and often resist their removal. My...
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    A nice-looking cross.

    A nice-looking cross.
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