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By coline
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Hi, I wanted to share my growlist here at my collection in Costa Rica
Seems I update it every month!

Cephalotus folicularis
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Dionaea muscipula
Typical
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Dark red
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Darlingtonia californica
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Drosera:
Capensis
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Capensis v 'alba'
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Capensis 'Red'
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Capensis 'wide leaf'
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D. spatulata
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x'Tokaiensis'
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Scorpiodes
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Adelae
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Schizandra
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Binata 'Marston Dragon'
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Binata v. dichotoma 'small red form'
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Burmanii
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Aliciae
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Dielsiana
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Venusta
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'Lantau island'
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Madagascariensis
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Pygmaea
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Regia
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Filiformis FLG
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Filiformis 'Red'
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Omissa 'pink'
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Indica 'white flower'
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Rotundifolia
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Sessilifolia
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Heliamphora
Heterodoxa X minor
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Nutans
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Hispida
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Pulchella
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Ionasii
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Nepenthes
Ventrata
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'Gentle'
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Ventricosa
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Kongkandana
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Danseri
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Ventricosa X khasiana??
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Ampullaria Brunei red speckled
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Adnata x campanulata
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Ampullaria Brunei Green
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Bicalcarata
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x Judith Soper
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x Bloody mary
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Madagascariensis
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x Hookeriana
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Pinguicula
Laueana
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Lusitanica
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Crenatiloba
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Sarracenia
Daina's delight
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Leucophylla v. Tarnok
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Leucophylla
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Judith Hindle
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Scarlett belle
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Alata 'night'
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xReadii 'alabama red'
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Genlisea
Violacea
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Utricularia
Gibba?
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Sandersonii
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Livida
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Flaccida
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Blanchetii
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Longifolia
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Calicyfida 'Gran sabana'
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Sphagnum
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Seedlings that are really small or few and might die (or have even not sprout):


Sarracenia Purpurea ssp purpurea
Drosera rotundifolia
Drosera sessilifolia
Drosera burmanii red
Utricularia subulata
Utricularia alpina
Utricularia bifida
Utricularialateriflora

I hope most of them sprout correctly and survive!
PD: I may have missed a couple or more species. Added some photos and will continue to add and update the list!
Last edited by coline on Thu Feb 06, 2014 4:53 am, edited 11 times in total.
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By coline
Posts:  1230
Joined:  Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:57 pm
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Updated with new photos and improved in some of them!
Also added a wanted list:
N. ampullaria
P. zecheri
Dionaea "gremlin"
N. madagascariensis
Dionaea dentate
B52
D. intermedia "cuba" or tropical form

Any Pinguicula, Nepenthes, Heliamphora, Dionaea, Sarracenia, Drosera.... that I have not mentioned!! :D
Last edited by coline on Sat Aug 24, 2013 3:18 am, edited 1 time in total.
By coline
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Joined:  Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:57 pm
#180293
Updated for June!, more than 10 new species and updated photos of those growing right now!

I'm wondering now, does U cornuta make seeds? because my biggest clump has already 3 flower stalks!

Plants in bloom right now:
Burnamii
Capensis
Capensis red
Capensis alba (seeds drying)
Tokaiensis
Omisa pink
Spatulata
By akinkysnorlax
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Joined:  Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:09 pm
#180294
great stuff coline! I do not want to be "that guy" but I believe that your photo of D. capensis 'Narrow leaf' is actually a wide-leaf. D. spatulata's also do not have snap trap tentacles like the one in your picture. Either way, they are both in great health and in great care! I just wanted to give my two cents.
By coline
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Joined:  Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:57 pm
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Yes, I beleive so also, that "narrow" word has always rumbled in my mind, as I got the plant from someone here in the country, I really do not trust species IDs used here!
Do you have a good picture of a "narrow" form for me to see and then learn correctly which is it?

Then which species other than spatulata do you think my plant is? Because, when I tried to see which one was the spatulata, I ended learning that my tokaiensis is not the spatulata, and that the one now named spatulata is the spatulata one, well, one of the many forms spatulata has.
By akinkysnorlax
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Thats where I cant help you. I know they are not accurately labeled, but I also have no idea what they would be. The capensis is interesting because it does have narrow leaves but the part where the tentacles are is very wide like a wide leaf. So I am unsure what that is. As far as the spatulata, it does look very similar to one. Have you tried checking out if its a dielsiana?
By coline
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Joined:  Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:57 pm
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Dielsiana is in more than 120 pots around and has just been introduced this year here, it is much bigger with rounder leaves and even different color:
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