I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'Buttcheeks' cultivar

by bvalente » Thu Jul 10, 2014 1:59 am

Every time I see the name pop up I laugh so hard, even at work


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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by SundewWolf » Sun Sep 07, 2014 10:10 pm

Quick update: It turns out MD buttcheeks can get some coloration under good lighting.

Here's pics of my best division:
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by MrsMuscipula » Sun Sep 07, 2014 10:57 pm

Looking good! I too would be interested in a division at some point. :)
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by SundewWolf » Sun Sep 07, 2014 11:43 pm

I'm propagating as fast as I can lol.

Because half of my VFTs are deteriorating due to what I think is fungal/bacterial rot, I'm keeping all my "MD buttcheeks" until the problem gets solved. I would hate to sell/trade all my "md buttcheeks" and have my own die and be left with nothing!
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Goodkoalie » Sun Sep 07, 2014 11:48 pm

SundewWolf wrote:I'm propagating as fast as I can lol.

Because half of my VFTs are deteriorating due to what I think is fungal/bacterial rot, I'm keeping all my "MD buttcheeks" until the problem gets solved. I would hate to sell/trade all my "md buttcheeks" and have my own die and be left with nothing!

I am sure if yours dies, then a decent person will either send you a division, leaf pulling, or even the plant back. What if all of you "MD buttcheeks" get infected and they all die?
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by SundewWolf » Mon Sep 08, 2014 1:27 am

Goodkoalie wrote:
SundewWolf wrote:I'm propagating as fast as I can lol.

Because half of my VFTs are deteriorating due to what I think is fungal/bacterial rot, I'm keeping all my "MD buttcheeks" until the problem gets solved. I would hate to sell/trade all my "MD buttcheeks" and have my own die and be left with nothing!

I am sure if yours dies, then a decent person will either send you a division, leaf pulling, or even the plant back. What if all of you "MD buttcheeks" get infected and they all die?


Well, if mine dies, There is one other MD Buttcheeks owner (Winner from my ebay auction) so he probably has a healthy plant. However he paid for it so a free division would most likely be out of the question lol.

The division in the picture was also separated months ago so it should not be infected with whatever is happening to my other VFTS.

Although I guess the answer is obvious lol. If they all die the cultivar is gone, but I highly doubt it will get to that point. There is no sign of deterioration on any MD Buttcheeks in my possession, and this cultivar has proved to be a survivor before. I also have started fungicide treatment so by the end off next week hopefully I will see no further deterioration and new growth.
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by SundewWolf » Sun Oct 12, 2014 4:50 am

Current pics of "MD buttcheeks" getting saturated with color under my growlights!
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Eric Millikin » Sun Oct 12, 2014 5:18 am

Looking awesome ... Love the way the traps wraps all the way around.
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Mufasa » Sun Oct 12, 2014 5:43 am

haha nice, perhaps it's in shock of some sort, so the traps dont work? might recover later on.. or maybe the traps just have already been triggered, from what i've seen in videos, these types of traps barely move when triggered, so it could just be in the triggered state

edit just realised this thread is super old, my post is dumb :P
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by MrsMuscipula » Sun Oct 12, 2014 5:58 am

Looks really cool! It looks more like red lip to me than butt cheeks though. :lol:
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Branmuffin » Wed Mar 29, 2017 5:47 pm

I need some butt cheeks in my life, when will this be hitting the US store?

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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Matt » Wed Mar 29, 2017 6:52 pm

Branmuffin wrote:I need some butt cheeks in my life, when will this be hitting the US store?

It will be available this spring. I need to create the product entry, but if you want one now, send us an email at sales@flytrapcare.com and we can arrange to get one to you.
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Engimal » Fri Mar 31, 2017 2:14 pm

Man, how have I not seen this before. This is so cool.

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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by SundewWolf » Sat Apr 01, 2017 8:02 am

Engimal wrote:Man, how have I not seen this before. This is so cool.


It's not really something that's too popular. With 5 other hobbies that eat my time it was not really feasible for me to produce a bunch of divisions, especially naturally. I almost lost my own due to a spider mite outbreak during the fall, and I started emailing people if they could replace my own cultivar.
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Re: I found a weird flytrap. 'MD Buttcheeks' cultivar

by Branmuffin » Sat Apr 01, 2017 2:13 pm

SundewWolf wrote:
Engimal wrote:Man, how have I not seen this before. This is so cool.


It's not really something that's too popular. With 5 other hobbies that eat my time it was not really feasible for me to produce a bunch of divisions, especially naturally. I almost lost my own due to a spider mite outbreak during the fall, and I started emailing people if they could replace my own cultivar.


I would think it hasn't been popular because people don't know it exists! Once Matt gets it up in his store it will sell, it's a neat plant, there's 1000's of cultivars, but there's only a few that I have seen with this mutation and it's deffinately cool.

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