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  1. petmantis

    Happy Birthday Lil Stinkpot!

    Have a good one Katie!
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    Darlingtonia growing in my bog

    Beautiful Cobras, and great bog setup for that matter! Do you record the day and night temperatures that these plants experience?
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    Give 'em the finger! A tip for photographing tiny things.

    What a great guide! I too have found out that a finger helps the camera focus. I always have trouble removing my finger without the focus becoming blurred. Thanks KT!
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    N. lowii x truncata! Finally!

    That's massive. The speckling on the inside of the pitcher is also pretty impressive. I only wish the 4S had better battery life... using the camera seems to drain it pretty quickly.
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    Science/Taxonomy discussion section...

    I second that. It could turn out to be popular, Exo. You never know.
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    Thanks! :-O A bud on the second spike is opening up, should be fully open in a couple days. Until then, here's something if found in my backyard; amongst some lily-of-the-valley.
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    They takes the precious!
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    Psychopsis papilio, first flower in my care. Also, first non-Walmart-Phal to ever bloom for me :o Also has a second spike growing! (read: more of a chance to accidentally snap it.)
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    Trip to the trunc tank

    Which one of those is the "seedling"? All I see are gorgeous, maturing N. truncata. Wonderful plants, thanks for sharing Dvg!
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    Some Sarr pics

    Your Sarrs... :drool: Do you grow that Ceph outdoors too?!
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    Help with waterfall design

    Nice concept, but I would avoid growing flytraps (and Sarracenia, if that's what you mean by pitcher plants) long-term in a terrarium. Unless, of course, you have really great lights, in which case you could get away with it; maybe even with great results! I can't offer ideas on how to prevent...
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    My Little Seedlings.

    Great job! Be careful when it comes time to separate them.
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    Time to move back to Europe. What an incredible selection of plants! Great site too.
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    Happy Birthday MASS

    Have a good one, Travis!
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    my Nepenthes 2012

    That TM is absolutely stunning. Wow.
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    Wow. These are all jaw-droppingly stunning. Keep 'em coming!
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    A bouquet of sundew flowers

    Woah! I can only imagine the plant(s) they came off of . . .
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    S.Purpurea is freaking out :(

    Don't separate them. Leave them be; and if you really must, do it next spring before the plants awake from dormancy.
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    my Nepenthes 2012

    Such outstanding plants. I always look forward to updates! Thanks for sharing Pygo!
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    Plant education

    I can't offer any help or advice, I've never lectured 5-year olds. I do, however, wish you the best of luck! It's a great thing you're doing. :) What's Malaysia? What's a mountains?