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    Thanks, folks :-) The dielsiana is still a baby,...

    Thanks, folks :-) The dielsiana is still a baby, less than an inch across.
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    New year, new macros

    Happy New Year - may it sparkle and dazzle and be as healthy and prosperous as these little beauties!
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    Thanks again for the kind words, y'all! The...

    Thanks again for the kind words, y'all! The mosquitoes get caught a lot, because they breed in the water the pots are in. The tank's closed, so they can't escape.
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    Howdy and thanks for the kudos! I use a Pentax...

    Howdy and thanks for the kudos! I use a Pentax K10D with a variety of Sigma and Zeiss/Hasselblad lenses as well as a stack of extension tubes. Most of these pix were shot with a Sigma 105 mm macro...
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    Some sundew macros

    The pix are a bit on the large side, so here are the links:

    Drosera burmannii 'Beerwah Queensland'

    D. intermedia "California Sunset"

    D. madagascariensis and D. binata

    Skeeter Hell
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    Looking for tropical drosera

    I'm looking to trade/steal/receive as a gift the sundews listed below. I have >90 Nepenthes to trade for them.

    affinis
    aliciae
    banksii
    binata v. multifida
    binata v. Marston Dragon"
    burkeana...
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    Thanks, everyone! I live in the tropics and need...

    Thanks, everyone! I live in the tropics and need to find out what exactly I can grow here. Any other tropical growers here?
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    Borneo Drosera

    Are there any other drosera species in Borneo apart from burmannii and spathulata?

    Thanks

    TT
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    Thanks, Jim! I don't have CPotW, but the...

    Thanks, Jim! I don't have CPotW, but the SG....albeit a five-year old edition. Is that still up-to-date?
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    List of all tropical drosera?

    Is there a comprehensive list of all tropical drosera somewhere?

    Thanks!

    Hans
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    Because I ain't Jesus. He was dead! :-)

    Because I ain't Jesus. He was dead! :-)
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    I bought it as a "Redsomethingorother", but after...

    I bought it as a "Redsomethingorother", but after a few weeks of substandard weather, it turned green, like they all do. I don't believe in varieties, only in species :-)
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    Goodbye, cruel world

    http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a260/Hans_Breuer/VFTFliege_innen.jpg
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    Thanks, guys. Here are two more from two other...

    Thanks, guys. Here are two more from two other plants.

    http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a260/Hans_Breuer/Cephalotusfollicularis080701_10Larg.jpg
    ...
  15. Fat chance - there's no dew on the leaf :-) (tjhe...

    Fat chance - there's no dew on the leaf :-) (tjhe plant's still reeling from relocation shock)
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    Cephalotus macro shots

    I find cephalotus a very rewarding subject for macro shots. The vivid colors, the hairs, the surrounding moss, the translucent lids...
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  17. More! d. adelae...

    More!

    d. adelae
    http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a260/Hans_Breuer/Droseraadelae080627_resize.jpg

    d. paradoxa...
  18. Thanks for you kind words. They're nice enough...

    Thanks for you kind words. They're nice enough pix, I guess...I only wish they were sharp! (dang that &^%$! tripod!)



    Dark side indeed....after four hours of being glued to the viewfinder,...
  19. Confession by way of a few macro shots

    Hi everyone,

    bad news: I've gone astray and flirted with the neighbors' wives. Apart from Nepenthes, I now have a whole stable of sundews as well as two cephalotus. Why? Last week I came home with...
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    Thank you very much for pointing out the...

    Thank you very much for pointing out the difference between poisonous and venomous - I'm embarrassed that as a language professional I didn't catch that :-)

    I've adjusted the website accordingly!...
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    A few neps for trade

    If you want to trade these directly, please mail me: hansbr at giga dot net dot tw

    ventricosa x TM

    x "Ile de France"

    mirabilis x khasiana

    ventricosa x khasiana large
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    You hit the nail on the head. These critters have...

    You hit the nail on the head. These critters have been around for 400 million+ years, and their lifestyle is really fascinating for anyone interested in nature.....but even I, with my infinite...
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    New Website: Snakes of Taiwan

    Hi everyone,

    my little snake site project has now finally come to fruition. It's neither pretty nor cleverly designed, but utterly utilitarian; however, my original goal was to provide something...
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    Banded Krait behind the house

    Two days ago, I ran into the first Taiwan Banded Krait of my life, just up the road behind our house. Luckily (for me) it was roadkill. But what a sight! I had a tough time getting our four dogs away...
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    Amazing Centipede Videos!

    Not for the squeamish: here's a video of a giant Brazilian scolopender killing and eating a mouse. And you thought your truncatas were awesome...

    And this one (from some nature show) shows another...
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