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    I don't think cloning in this sense would bring...

    I don't think cloning in this sense would bring back the species, similarly it would be of limited use to save endangered species. With only limited samples of individual's DNA there would not be...
  2. Even if the sarrs and other temprates are going...

    Even if the sarrs and other temprates are going to die... that is a cool design and the integration of the fish, really cool. maybe not the best way to do it, but i think its a great idea.
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    I started smoking a pipe around last Christmas,...

    I started smoking a pipe around last Christmas, as a long held of treat since i owned my finals and had a great gpa that quarter. I've never and wont smoke cigarettes, to me they just admit...
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    haha thanks everyone, and i know rats aren't...

    haha thanks everyone, and i know rats aren't everyones ideal pet, but im a college student in a rental so its a great option for me.


    I wish they could cook for me, but their more like Remy's...
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    New Pets!

    Hey just wanted to share my rats I got a couple months ago. They're really sweet and playful, but still timid like any prey animal would be. But they get excited now when people come into the room...
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    Thanks everyone, I guess I'll let it stay and...

    Thanks everyone, I guess I'll let it stay and see if it will self.

    thanks,
    chris
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    multifada 'extrema' flower stalk

    I noticed my extrema was sprouting what looked like a flower stalk, when I checked in savage garden, it recommended snipping off flowers. I wondered if anyone had any opinions on this, I mean most...
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    That's a tragedy. I'm re-watching his interview...

    That's a tragedy. I'm re-watching his interview on the daily show right now, then I came to the forums and saw this, very sad.
    His Wikipedia biography for anyone who's interested:...
  9. I've read the article, but from my limited...

    I've read the article, but from my limited knowledge of genetics, I still don't understand how it can be a cultivar if propagated through seed.


    -Chris
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    I've been looking too. I don't have much to trade...

    I've been looking too. I don't have much to trade but if anyone has some please PM me, and we can figure something out.
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    Thanks guys, thats reassuring that they aren't...

    Thanks guys, thats reassuring that they aren't messing anything up.
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    white worms in soil.

    Hello everyone,
    I was picking the moss out from around my vft when i noticed small white worms crawling through the soil. I took some pictures, does anyone know what they are, and if they are bad...
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    Yeah, thats what I was getting at, they look very...

    Yeah, thats what I was getting at, they look very starved for light.
    I dont know where you live, but for me they do best outside.
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    nice pictures. are they growing on stalks?, i...

    nice pictures. are they growing on stalks?, i didnt know they did that. what kind of light are they getting?
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    I dont know if Im the only one but Im starting...

    I dont know if Im the only one but Im starting college this year. I'm going to UC Davis, an hour drive from home. I wont have anyplace to bring my plants, so I've left them at my parents for now....
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    great stuff Capslock!, I aspire to a great...

    great stuff Capslock!, I aspire to a great looking collection like that. Getting to see plants grown like that keeps me hooked lol.


    -Chris
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    I grow my VFTs outside as well, and they seem to...

    I grow my VFTs outside as well, and they seem to love it, even though I do not have much humidity in my area. I think nature does a better job caring for them then I would do in a terrarium. But for...
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    That's too bad carnivorkid, I guess that's the...

    That's too bad carnivorkid, I guess that's the trickiest part of growing them.

    Good luck on the one you still have jimscott.

    Thanks for the replies guys.

    Chris
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    I believe Drosphyllum seed can be harvested in...

    I believe Drosphyllum seed can be harvested in the summer, so on behalf of the many growers who would love to grow this plant, I ask if anyone will have seed available this year?

    If you do, or are...
  20. Thread: D.regia

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    I donít grow D. Regia, so I donít know from...

    I donít grow D. Regia, so I donít know from experience.

    But from other sundews I grow, if I have recently moved them to a higher light enviornment, the leaves get a bit more compact, with more...
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    Thanks for all the advice, I have very little...

    Thanks for all the advice, I have very little live sphagnum, but I will try poting one up in my dried moss(rehydrated) today. I'll scrounge for as much live moss I can get and use that for the other...
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    Thanks, Ill give it a try.

    Thanks, Ill give it a try.
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    I did my first cutting about a month ago, off my...

    I did my first cutting about a month ago, off my N. Ventrata. I had four pieces, two I put in the usually medium I use, and the other two in a boiled clean jar of distilled water. The ones in the jar...
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    Haha, I'm better informed as well.

    Haha, I'm better informed as well.
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    I think that is S. Flava, as far as I know there...

    I think that is S. Flava, as far as I know there are no green Oreophila, but the experts here might correct me.


    Chris
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