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    Thank you for the kind words! Yes the esseriana...

    Thank you for the kind words! Yes the esseriana is in a 2" pot and has been the happiest pot of them I've had. Lately I mostly just lay extra leaves next to the plants in their pot for pullings...
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    Haven't been around these parts in a while and...

    Haven't been around these parts in a while and thought I should post some pictures in this thread. You all shared your experiences with me and helped me get started so I pretty much owe you all some...
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    Hate to be that guy but the saying is exactly the...

    Hate to be that guy but the saying is exactly the opposite: "One bad apple spoils the bunch," which is true of apples :sorry:

    I'm pretty annoyed with the article and its misrepresentations. Our...
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    Sticky: That Phal. Gretchen has nice foliage...reminds me...

    That Phal. Gretchen has nice foliage...reminds me a bit of my schilleriana. Lovely Brassocatt or whatever it may be called.
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    I wouldn't have ibarrae without you raycer so...

    I wouldn't have ibarrae without you raycer so thanks! The collection continues to growwwwww.
    jimscott nice pings there...what you got?
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    Wow you're right it's not doing that anymore! On...

    Wow you're right it's not doing that anymore! On the computer I could handle it ok but on the tablet it was quite a chore to read older messages sometimes. Nice!
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    Bumping an old thread to add my P. ehlersiae. I...

    Bumping an old thread to add my P. ehlersiae. I was hesitant to say it was crested because I've seen once with a jaumavensis where it appeared to be on the verge of cresting but instead just divided...
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    Oo that's interesting to find out...I have some...

    Oo that's interesting to find out...I have some debbertiana but they haven't flowered yet. Biggest one is somewhere between quarter and half dollar size at the moment.
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    Just a few recent pics: P. reticulata. I...

    Just a few recent pics:

    P. reticulata. I didn't realize the flowers open and close every day!
    http://i.imgur.com/jlxEOtJ.jpg

    P. ibarrae's first flower
    http://i.imgur.com/2dMfmDO.jpg

    P....
  10. Sticky: Well I guess this would be a good spot to post...

    Well I guess this would be a good spot to post these pictures. I got this U. asplundii x campbelliana a couple months back. It came with a couple leafy bits and the start of a bud. I was thinking...
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    I didn't get pictures of every plant and sorry if...

    I didn't get pictures of every plant and sorry if I get any IDs wrong - just let me know so I can correct them. It was a fun time as always and somehow my streak of acquiring new Mexican Pinguicula...
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    100% turface works and I've been told aquatic...

    100% turface works and I've been told aquatic planting medium (API Pondcare brand) can be good too if turface is a pain to get a hold of, though haven't tried myself. Ben's mix is very nice but...
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    Fungus gnat larvae would be a pretty common type...

    Fungus gnat larvae would be a pretty common type of wormy looking thing you might see especially if you are using a peaty medium.
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    Could have sworn I turned on notifications but did not receive any notice. Oh well bought a couple :)
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    Jeff, I would have preferred for them to all go...

    Jeff, I would have preferred for them to all go dormant this winter but my setup is new this year and this is also my first winter with Mexican Pings. Under my T5s won't get cool enough for them to...
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    Normally I'd fill this page with photos but I...

    Normally I'd fill this page with photos but I just updated my grow list and not feeling like posting all the pictures here. So instead if you're interested in seeing a picture of each of the...
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    I kept the leaf in the bag of moist sphagnum you...

    I kept the leaf in the bag of moist sphagnum you gave it to me in under my T5s with high temps around 70F for a month until it looked like in the picture from before that I posted of it. Then I...
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    raycer491 That P. ibarrae I got from you is...

    raycer491 That P. ibarrae I got from you is coming along well still :D

    http://i.imgur.com/VjMg25s.jpg
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlOmdyH_7Os

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlOmdyH_7Os
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    Took some pictures today. Not pics of everything...

    Took some pictures today. Not pics of everything but I haven't posted in here in a while so figured it's worth starting to get more recent pics up.

    P. laueana
    http://i.imgur.com/v1FxaRk.jpg
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    I wonder what temperatures it receives and how...

    I wonder what temperatures it receives and how much light? I have the opposite problem where most of my pings decided not to go dormant at all this winter, even though some started to go dormant in...
  22. I didn't mean to attack panjo's actual integrity,...

    I didn't mean to attack panjo's actual integrity, I more meant to point out that its appearance is similar to a lot of other sketchy sites and since it is an unknown platform I think it would also...
  23. I've been using a couple of bulbs like this...

    I've been using a couple of bulbs like this in my orchidarium with success for the past year. I have one from that 4-pack which isn't exactly the optimal color temperature and another bulb on the...
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    They like moisture so keep the soil from drying...

    They like moisture so keep the soil from drying out, unlike what you might expect from a cactus. Epiphyllums are vining jungle type cacti. Good luck to you...maybe when I'm at home I can post a few...
  25. Hi Andrew. It seems like www.terraforums.com is...

    Hi Andrew. It seems like www.terraforums.com is not currently redirecting to the forums. Just wanted to make you aware if you aren't already.
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