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    It's actually tokaiensis, not spatulata (said...

    It's actually tokaiensis, not spatulata (said nursery still hasn't changed their labels for that one). As prolific as it is, I would maybe repot a few into a larger container, and throw away the...
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    D. tokaiensis and burmannii. D. sessilifolia has...

    D. tokaiensis and burmannii. D. sessilifolia has to be ID'ed using a combination of several traits, including flower color, leaf shape, ascending or vertical inflorescence, size, etc.
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    it does grow well, but still waiting for mine to...

    it does grow well, but still waiting for mine to flower...
    Side note: the "small form" is the only reniformis there is. The larger version is U. cornigera.
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    I was pretty sure "Black Knight" was an EP...

    I was pretty sure "Black Knight" was an EP ramispina x ventricosa cross...who took the name for that plant, and what's the cross?
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    Halfway through and nobody yet...we'll start with...

    Halfway through and nobody yet...we'll start with something that originated with thez_yo then:
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49071738752_7e3204b75e_b.jpgN. ("thorelii" x campanulata) x...
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    Might enter one in the POTM shortly...

    Might enter one in the POTM shortly...
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    You'll find unless you're growing a plant that...

    You'll find unless you're growing a plant that was used to high humidity in its previous location, or a species that absolutely requires it (that doesn't cover most of the common ones found in garden...
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    When I replaced most of my T8's with LED, the...

    When I replaced most of my T8's with LED, the change in distance didn't fry anything, just dramatically increased red color for a few months before they all settled in (still far more colored than...
  9. Fruit flies are not useful as flytrap food,...

    Fruit flies are not useful as flytrap food, unless you're feeding seedlings. They're small enough to climb out of the traps when they close, and even if contained don't provide enough worth, possibly...
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    I'm seeing no difference between the two images...

    I'm seeing no difference between the two images other than exposure effects on pitcher color, if you're trying to suggest they're different. Still the same N. "ventrata" clone.
    Lighting,...
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    If designing for lowland plants, my personal...

    If designing for lowland plants, my personal first suggestion would be: forget a terrarium, invest in a greenhouse. The very few lowlanders that stay small are generally finicky to grow, and even the...
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    Most CP seeds are designed for surface...

    Most CP seeds are designed for surface germination, meaning many of them expect or will do better with light.
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    So many flowers!...

    So many flowers!
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48740947791_8f7a3128eb_b.jpgU. blanchetii "typical" by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
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    I wanna see FLOWERS on this! Mostly so I can make...

    I wanna see FLOWERS on this! Mostly so I can make more crosses...
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48740614113_22488fb4eb_b.jpgP. laueana by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
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    Still hoping I may one day convince this forest...

    Still hoping I may one day convince this forest to bloom
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48740956036_d36395fa0f_b.jpgD. scorpioides "Pink Flower" by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    And D. regia was...
  16. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    Don't have photos yet to share of the spotted...

    Don't have photos yet to share of the spotted pythons, but I do of two other acquisitions. First is Gideon, the gray-banded kingsnake....
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    Poll: https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48740612378_f3...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48740612378_f378b10251_b.jpgP. rotundiflora x hemiepiphytica by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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    N. ventricosa does show up occasionally in retail...

    N. ventricosa does show up occasionally in retail stores etc. (it's how my original "red" clone came to me), but that's x ventrata.
    Not sure there's much that will be traded for it though, as it's...
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    It's possible some of the greener may well be...

    It's possible some of the greener may well be live sphagnum, though I'd still bank more on new sprouts that might show up than survival of the present pieces.
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    If it's 30 minute intervals, I'd go with every...

    If it's 30 minute intervals, I'd go with every other week. starting now if you haven't. And I increase and decrease photoperiods throughout the year in time with the actual change of seasons....
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    Dry, dead sphagnum will not revive, but spores...

    Dry, dead sphagnum will not revive, but spores can sprout in it to grow new moss and more often than not that's now new cultures end up starting in pots. I occasionally also seed a pot that I want...
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    I know there are populations that are...

    I know there are populations that are incompatible with each other, and I hope eventually to try crossing the white form I have (no locality data, just came as brevi) with the pink...but first I need...
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    You may be surprised how quickly a TC plant can...

    You may be surprised how quickly a TC plant can reach maturity, and just how long hormone imbalances may lurk within the plant before presenting physical effects. This is of course only one possible...
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    Try 15 minutes to maybe a half hour a week;...

    Try 15 minutes to maybe a half hour a week; natural photoperiod doesn't suddenly drop, so they will likely not appreciate such a sudden change either, and it only changes a few hours one way or the...
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    If a recent purchase it may be a plant...

    If a recent purchase it may be a plant experiencing effects from tissue culture hormones, something commonly seen in other TC plants like Nepenthes lines.
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