All my photos were on a website which no longer exists. Go to page 3 to see actual photos and not just lists of plants!
 
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Nepenthes singalana Thanks whimgrinder!
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Drosera regia
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All of the gibba
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And Drosera callistos
 
A few photos that I forgot to post:
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Drosera filiformis "florida all red" Thanks bluemax!
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Drosera sessilifolia
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Dionaea 'B52' is really vigorous this year! :)

Now for some photos of chickens!!
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And who can resist taking pictures of fuzzy caterpillars?
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Thanks for the complements guys!

@gnathaniel I'll update when the pitcher opens :D
 
Nicely grown Charlie, I love your N. glabrata! Mind showing us some pics of the sneaky D. graomogolensis whose tag is in the N. lowii photo? ;)
 
Love them all hun! Great job with cuttings can't wait to seevthe one that Clue traded with me pitcher :) its got two new growth points from the leaf nodes thinking when they get big enough I'll separate them and maybe do a giveaway for the other one :) hope to see more photos of others and of progress from them growing. I love that Glabrata!!
 
I would be suspicious of those sessilifolia. If they were true species they would have rounded leaves, not triangular like burmannii and your plants have. What color flowers?
 
@hcarlton: I think they are pink.

Sorry for not updating this… I'm going to snap some pics right now.
 
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Radagast

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Hey Charlie,

Great pics! I'm excited to see what your update will look like. I am going to have to "second" what Hcarlton said about the "sessilifolia." They look like burmannii to me. I've got several types of burmanni, and sessilifolia. My understanding is that sessilifolia tend to be more rounded, shorter petioles, and a less "flat" rosette and just generally more..erm.."mounded" plant shape for lack of a better description. Here's a link to my photo-thread that shows my 2 varieties of burmannii (one is antho-free and pure green), as well as my sessilifolia plants. Let me know what you think!

http://www.terraforums.com/forums/g...agasts-photo-thread-9.html?highlight=radagast

Rich
 
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Wow that was a long "right now"… I was moving all my plants to a new location yesterday and thought I'd snap some pics:
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Drosera Regia, the root cuttings are doing well!
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Nepenthes Glabrata continues to do well for me
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Nepenthes spathulata x (copelanclii x truncata) is doing well!
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Heliamphora heteradoxa x minor, a gift from the VERY generous Matt
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Cephalotus
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Nepenthes jamban:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D
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Poi dog nepenthes… (the people in portland are so generous)
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Utricularia Alpina, Thanks bluemax!
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a fun little U. subulata flower
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Group Shot :D


Hope you enjoyed the pictures!
 
After a huge downsizing of my collection, I think I'll snap some pics of my current grow area until I get a greenhouse...
 
Sorry, can't believe I forgot to attach photos to that last post:sorry:, Here you go:

My temporary grow area (it's really dry in the basement so I have everything bagged until I get a greenhouse built...)
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Nepenthes Inermis
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Nepenthes Ramispina
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Nepenthes "Sabre" - Thanks whimgrinder!!!
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Nepenthes Jamban - Had to be chopped down as it hit the grow light. Now there's 2 little basal shoots :water:
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