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    Dang, Jim, that's pretty roughed up. Glad your...

    Dang, Jim, that's pretty roughed up.

    Glad your seeds were okay.
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    For a few months, yes, but not indefinitely. ...

    For a few months, yes, but not indefinitely.

    Flytrap roots aren't built for aquatic environments, so they can't sustain the plant long-term in such an environment.

    If grown in nothing but...
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    1. Veronis 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Thanks!

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    Thanks!
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    Anywhere from 2-4 months. The...

    Anywhere from 2-4 months.

    The pullings/cuttings were put in water about 8-10 weeks ago. I removed and potted them 10 days ago.

    Their growth rate depends primarily on the age of the parent...
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    The top of the water was around 10 inches below...

    The top of the water was around 10 inches below the T5's, water was ~3 inches deep and the pullings all sat at the bottom. You just need to make sure it's not so close that the water is too far...
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    Water propagation result macros

    A couple months ago I did some water propagation with a few leaf pullings/flower stalk cuttings.

    They sat under T5's for somewhere between 2 and 3 months before being potted.

    Here are some...
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    Nice! Do you have a post somewhere showing or...

    Nice! Do you have a post somewhere showing or discussing progress, etc?

    I second Cthulhu138's recommendation on the sarr seedlings.

    You can also keep sarr seedlings under lights 24/7 for the...
  8. Thanks :) It's my first ceph, so I'm just glad...

    Thanks :)

    It's my first ceph, so I'm just glad it's still alive at all. lol
  9. Young Cephalotus first mature pitcher (macros)

    My young Cephalotus arrived on April 5, 2012.

    I planted it in a 2:1 mix of silica sand/peat moss. The extra sand helps keep the soil from staying too soggy, which it seems to appreciate, but it...
  10. Gorgeous plants, Jim! To your adelae...

    Gorgeous plants, Jim!

    To your adelae dubiosity, I wouldn't hazard a guess as to an ID based on that one picture, but -

    Here's a drosera adelae (photo from Feb 2010) in the process of forming...
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    If you think they're springtails, poke/nudge the...

    If you think they're springtails, poke/nudge the bigger ones with a toothpick.

    If they "vanish"/jump away, they're springtails.

    If they squish, you pushed too hard. :P
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    I don't know the answer to this, but here's the...

    I don't know the answer to this, but here's the material safety and data sheet and product label.

    MSDS: http://generalhydroponics.com/site/gh/docs/prod_msds/Floralicious_Plus.pdf

    Label:...
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    I've had good results using AzaMax (considered...

    I've had good results using AzaMax (considered organic, I believe) as a spray/drench for both aphids and fungus gnats, as well as thrips; used on N. ampullaria, flytraps, Sarrs, and even drosera...
  14. Thread: CPs in Action

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    Awesome photos everyone :) Here are a few...

    Awesome photos everyone :)

    Here are a few contributions from my album (all insects were caught by the plant without help):
    http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/download/file.php?id=16609
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  15. Here's my two cents on the letter. I'd...

    Here's my two cents on the letter.


    I'd consider removing the quotes. Comes across as condescending with the way it reads, and opens the letter on a negative note.

    If you piss him off right...
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    I use this:...

    I use this: http://www.amazon.com/Canon-PowerShot-SD960IS-Stabilized-Silver/dp/B001SER46K

    At the time I bought it last year it produced the best macros of any point and shoot pocket camera (imo,...
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    I agree in regard to the shape. This is on a...

    I agree in regard to the shape.

    This is on a grow rack with about 16 pots (edit/clarification: all of the pots are CP's). The only live plants in the house are these, in the basement. I'm treating...
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    Thanks! Yep - my townhouse's perimeter doesn't...

    Thanks!

    Yep - my townhouse's perimeter doesn't provide much in the way of direct sunlight (3-4 hours), so when I moved here I had to make a decision. I'm using this (~8 inches above the canopy,...
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    lol same here, David. Nothing like a cup of bold...

    lol same here, David. Nothing like a cup of bold dark robust coffee you could arguably consume with a fork..

    Wow this thread has been around a while. Thanks for all the updates and info. This is...
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    Macros - July (pic-heavy, mixed species)

    Dionaea "A2", eating two of its own traps
    http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/download/file.php?id=15839

    http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/download/file.php?id=15840
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  21. Thread: Pictastrophy!

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    Well-grown exo! Your plants look fantastic.

    Well-grown exo!

    Your plants look fantastic.
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    Bug ID help (thrips/spider mites?)

    I found these a few nights ago after photographing, and saw a few more the following day.

    My camera takes decent macros, but this is the best I could do focusing on such minute insects. I don't...
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    This is my dog Nero. Found on the side of the...

    This is my dog Nero. Found on the side of the road in a box at about eight weeks old with three litter mates (he is 12 weeks old in the first pic).
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    Well, only two of us from the office were in SF...

    Well, only two of us from the office were in SF to begin with. But there were hundreds+ of sober/drunk san franciscans out and about, just as dumb and wet as we were. :D

    Those with umbreallas were...
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    In San Francisco

    I'm in San Francisco for work this week. Last night I was out bar-hopping with a coworker in the lightning storm, and we got drenched. By drenched, I mean we looked like we just crawled out of a pool...
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