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By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#136479
After a brief hiatus, I have started taking pictures of my plants again.

I am getting some nice highland Nepenthes in the next week and participating in an order from BCP. My terrarium will definitely be getting a trial by fire when it comes to growing highlanders. I did get fans installed so it is way cooler now.

Not a carnivore but, I got some tubers for Sauromatum venosum. A plant with some rather suggestive looking blooms. It is sending up flowers and will post photos in another thread:
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D. burmanii "Beerwah" flower:
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P. cyclosecta;
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D. burmanii "typical":
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My D. aliciae died back in November and now it is finally returning:
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Same goes for madagascariensis:
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P. rotundiflora x moctezumae
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D. filliformis "florida red":
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Thanks for looking!
By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#137863
And I am back!

I almost quit this hobby today, had a bit of an issue with my home made trays leaking water, some kind of condensation issue. But it appears to have been resolved.

D. multifida extrema:

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D. whatever:

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U. whatever, anyone know what this is?:

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D. madagascarensis:

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Venus flytrap seedling showing genetic variation:

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U. pubescens:

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P. cyclosecta

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P. emarginata x esserania:

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D. capensis typical emerging from temporary death/slumber:

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D. spatulata "gold coast, queensland"

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I had a moment the other night, took this at an extremely high iso and a very high shutter speed. N. veitchii:

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Thanks for looking!
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By ziko88
Posts:  268
Joined:  Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:57 pm
#137923
Amazing plants and pics as usual!
can I bother you with some details on said homemade trays? please
By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#137939
Thanks!

The trays are a thick tarp, in a square container (which was not waterproof.) There was condesation developing between the tarp and the container, which was leaking down onto my nice hardwood floors!

I had to make my trays myself, because I could not find any to fit my shelf.

The Utric is bisquamata, BTW.
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By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#139378
More pictures! Now with more pitchers!

Those who don't like sundews now have something to look at in this thread!

P. cyclosecta, the only ping that survived dormancy so far...

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D. spatulata, unknown form with pink flowers:

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D. spatulata "Gold Coast, Queensland":

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U. pubescens, now with double the flowers than the competing brand!

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Paisan trucata, first pitcher, it was developing when I got it:

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N. rajah! Developing me some pitcher!

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Pitcher that came with sanguinea:

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Pitcher that was almost done inflating when I got the plant:

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Peristome got some stripes!

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Thanks for looking!
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