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    what a so impressive nature and fauna. Thanks for...

    what a so impressive nature and fauna. Thanks for sharing
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    Keep in mind that soil plus water can be heavy...

    Keep in mind that soil plus water can be heavy and may fall down.

    You can use the media used for building worldwide green walls (see google with green walls).

    The media is this one typical on...
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    That's Fernando Rivadavia 's fingers...

    That's Fernando Rivadavia 's fingers...
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    Very small but not the smallest. I have in...

    Very small but not the smallest.

    I have in mind P. crenatiloba :
    flowers extremely small, 1.5-2mm long
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    Not easy to tell according to my own experience....

    Not easy to tell according to my own experience. I always try to do it by myself.

    I noted at home that the P. gigantea "lilac flower" from Stan Lampard I grow never selfpollinate but the P....
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    Here are some pictures of a population of P....

    Here are some pictures of a population of P. heterophylla in habitat with some plants exhibiting plantlets on its leaf tips . As Oliver Gluch wrote : " P. heterophylla plantlets on leaf tips : this...
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    It is a Cuban species that in its habitat, a...

    It is a Cuban species that in its habitat, a savanah can suffer hot temperature but it grow among grasses and the flower are over the top of the grasses (hence the need of a drier air for the flower...
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    No idea, shearch in internet the amount of iron...

    No idea, shearch in internet the amount of iron in tropical laterite maybe or experiment on few plants of same species to compare various amount of iron.

    As I wrote, experiment may be the only...
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    Except production of seed, another way of...

    Except production of seed, another way of inducing clamps it to make plant suffering very hot conditions (45 C at least).

    Using this way, a friend of mine in Australia, in his greenhouse...
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    I know some people that are mixing some old...

    I know some people that are mixing some old rusted nails in the media of Brocchinia. Each time they are watering the media, some iron may be adsorbed by the roots.

    You can try this and also as...
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    I am not using it. I would say that if you...

    I am not using it.

    I would say that if you are happy with the growth of your plants, don't change. If you are not, experiment...???

    When I tried for the first time to use calcareous cat litter...
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    I use it for P. immaculata, P. gypsicola, P....

    I use it for P. immaculata, P. gypsicola, P. colimensis among others but not pure. I mix it with sand 2-3 mm (20%) to prevent the soil to be too compact as wit water it become like concrete...

    No...
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    any opinion ?...

    any opinion ? http://www.terraforums.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/rock.gif
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    I feel also that it is a form of P. moranensis...

    I feel also that it is a form of P. moranensis from or close from the population in Molango but Laurent Legendre tested it genetically and noted that it is different from a P. moranensis...
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    Hi Joseph, I grow this species on pure gypsum...

    Hi Joseph,

    I grow this species on pure gypsum and it reached very large diameter, many leaf plantlets.

    You can also try a mix of and calcareous cat litter that you will mix with water to do...
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    Dear Friends, I have just changed the host of...

    Dear Friends,

    I have just changed the host of A WORLD of PINGUICULA for a larger and cheaper web space.

    The domain name is still mine but my old host is not able yet to redirect it to the new...
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  18. Are you sure of your id. ? It makes me think...

    Are you sure of your id. ?

    It makes me think of more of a plant from complex P. ehlersiae/P. esseriana.

    The flower will confirm soon
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    It is usual for me to have some hidden among my...

    It is usual for me to have some hidden among my plants despite not letting butterflies flying in my greenhouse :

    Silver Y Moth

    The D. binata and relatives grown with my Pings are really good...
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    This is not Fernando's pictures but a new Mexican...

    This is not Fernando's pictures but a new Mexican contact Enrique Dada's pictures. http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif

    Fernando is having too long Pinguicula 's...
  21. Thread: Cp's on sicilia

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    http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticon...

    http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif I guess nothing even if

    You can find Pinguicula crystallina subsp. hirtiflora on the western coast of Italy, in Salerno and...
  22. Thread: Mexican pings

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    Hi everybody, I am writing with a single hand...

    Hi everybody,

    I am writing with a single hand as my second is booked for my new son Alexis (1 month old) that love sleeping along my arm!....
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    Hi, The "moranensis" complex with a huge...

    Hi,

    The "moranensis" complex with a huge variation among populations, need more work.
    Following S.Zamudio, he has distinguished P. zecheri, P. moranensis var. moranensis and P. moranensis var....
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    We still grow it in France and I guess in Europe....

    We still grow it in France and I guess in Europe.

    This is a P. moranensis var. moranensis according to S.Zamudio and not var. neovolcanica.

    S.Zamudio wrote that the original type locality may...
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    The clone I sent you is from Conception Papalo...

    The clone I sent you is from Conception Papalo http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif
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