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    For cyclosecta at least, which I have more...

    For cyclosecta at least, which I have more experience with, clay media should not at all be necessary, Mine do great even in an acidic media. In the first photo, the cyclosecta does not actually look...
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    I'm gonna be bringing some of the plants I've...

    I'm gonna be bringing some of the plants I've neglected for too long. They need some loving homes. Of course, I will also bring some cool pings to show off.
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    Whoops, change in my friend's plans. Looks like I...

    Whoops, change in my friend's plans. Looks like I can join everyone for about twenty to thirty mins at the regular time. If there is any interest still, I may show up at the coffee shop at 2:45
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    Hey all, a friend's birthday is this Saturday, so...

    Hey all, a friend's birthday is this Saturday, so I won't be able to make it to the meet as the timing conflicts. However, since I'm in the neighborhood, I'll probably hang out at the Rust Coffee...
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    100% certain those are Drosera

    100% certain those are Drosera
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    Not growing pitchers, or thin leaves, instead of...

    Not growing pitchers, or thin leaves, instead of stout ones. Hard to not give ventrata not enough light though, it is a tolerant one.
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    Man I was so invested in Byblis last August, but...

    Man I was so invested in Byblis last August, but now I've grown to see mine as a burden :-( Maybe if I can get some outdoors during the summer, I'll change my mind.
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    No Neps at this meet, mostly sticky plants, which...

    No Neps at this meet, mostly sticky plants, which is always up my alley hehehe :-D

    That capensis and spatulata cross, brought by Mark
    http://i.imgur.com/fnqPnih.jpg

    Mark's D. cuenifolia...
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    Mexican butterworts are not a fan of too much...

    Mexican butterworts are not a fan of too much peat. I even recently had to repot my P. gigantea because even poorly washed inorganic media got too slimy with algae and was rotting some roots. I'd...
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    At this point, the root system is probably too...

    At this point, the root system is probably too entangled in the livida to separate. I'd just grab some livida and start a clean pot of it.
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    The Mars Volta!...

    The Mars Volta!
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    Yours has much wider petals than mine, love the...

    Yours has much wider petals than mine, love the look. Too bad mine flowered a while ago, we may have been able to cross them!
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    Can hybrids be included? N. spathulata x...

    Can hybrids be included?

    N. spathulata x singalana
    http://i.imgur.com/CsGblmZ.jpg

    N. ramispina
    http://i.imgur.com/Q03XUag.jpg
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    Oops! Got it, although, one may argue that such...

    Oops! Got it, although, one may argue that such adventitious plantlets prove to be advantageous to the survival of the plants in their population. :p
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    That is true, how could I forget about that one!...

    That is true, how could I forget about that one! Apparently, heterophylla occasionally does this too, but I've only seen a few pics of wild ones doing so. I am surprised that one does not see...
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    All of those tiny plants in the pot appeared from...

    All of those tiny plants in the pot appeared from the ends of the leaves of the larger plant. No other Pinguicula is known to produce plantlets in this way.
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    100% certain it is primuliflora. No other...

    100% certain it is primuliflora. No other Pinguicula (except for the Mexican Pinguicula P. medusina)in the world creates adventitious plants like this one does :)
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    I think it has a golden sheen/glow. Apparently,...

    I think it has a golden sheen/glow. Apparently, it looks much better in person. Looks like BCP sells them for 25 euro, although, I saw California Carnivores sell one in the US for around 150 USD...
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    nimbulan it's a lot more flattering in that...

    nimbulan it's a lot more flattering in that picture than it would be in the pub lighting, that's for sure. Also, Drosophyllum is doing well.

    http://i.imgur.com/RpsWonT.jpg
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    I realized that after I uploaded everything,...

    I realized that after I uploaded everything, sorry about that. I mostly took pics of the lingulata, as is quite clear.

    Also, Mark's D. lanata (my first petiolaris Drosera) is settling in very well...
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    Here are the photos I took ...

    Here are the photos I took

    http://i.imgur.com/BenXtw4.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/yitE5kU.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/CNDmuxR.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/qELTRHM.jpg
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    DJ57 Think they will be bringing some of those...

    DJ57 Think they will be bringing some of those grandiflora? (Also, are they the same clone as yours? I am always down to get my hands on more temperate pings, even species I already have, but won't...
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    I think you are referring to the rhizome. They...

    I think you are referring to the rhizome. They naturally push themselves out of the soil a little, I leave them exposed as they are.
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    If you're trying to tap pollen out of them, you...

    If you're trying to tap pollen out of them, you have be to rather rough. I like to grab the leaf attached directly behind the flower with my middle and index finger, as if daintily holding a...
  25. I want to point out, that I believe the issue...

    I want to point out, that I believe the issue with summer dormancy in pygmies is more an affect of dryness than temps. I've grown D. pulchella and D. scoprioides outdoors in 90-100 degree temps with...
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