Bart simpson vft

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Here is a photo of the Bart Simpson VFT, thanks to Stefan Ploszak.
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why would anyone want a hideously deformed genetic mutant?
not all mutations are a good thing.

most defects kill the individual organism that have the misfortune to possess them, for a good reason.

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I must say its a revolting sight.Pwew!!! just absolutely nauseating! AWWWWWW TAKE IT AWAY!  
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I know it's not cool, I said it was way not cool.Illegal?Hhmmm, I'll check on that.
 
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Don't be so hasty in condemning Bart Simpson aka Wacky Traps just because you think it is ugly. It does have a rather pretty flower. At least, I think so.
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</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (Trapsrock @ June 10 2003,12:12)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">genetic fusions and stuff are illegal[/QUOTE]<span id='postcolor'>
Then I guess myself, half of my school and a whole slew of genetics, microbiologists, pharmacologists and other biological science people are going to jail soon
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There is nothing about genetic fusions that is illegal. Some people will argue that it is immoral but that is a different issue and a morality debate is not what this thread is about.

As for the plant, I think it is ugly but then I think that about a lot of the Sarr cultivars out there too, at least it is interesting. Just because I don't like it doesn't mean everyone else has to dislike it as well though, the joy of free will and all that.
 
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Anybody know the history of Bart?
I can tell you the history of the plant I have. I got it from Mike ? who got it from his dutch friends who have a nursery. The nursery propagates thousands of vfts from tissue culture and had a tray of a bunch of mutants. This plant was the only one he got but he told me that they had one mutant that sported traps _full_ of triggerhairs. "Cottonmouth" is what he said.
He named the plant he gave me "Wacky Traps." I later looked at it and said the traps look like Barts hair. I guess I'm not the only one who thought that since the name is going around. Of course I'm going on the assumtion that these plants are the same.
Noah, you may use the photo for your great website.
Kind Regards,
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!aie carumba! That is a wierd looking plant. I remember some time ago I started a thread to see what it really did look like. Cool flower though...thanks!
Kevin
 
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