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By Jimbok3
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Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#152591
Please check my latest post a the bottom of the page for an important announcement!

If anyone is interested in any of the plants on my list (no pitchers until spring), contact me and I will start a new plant via pulling. Tell me which plant you will be willing to trade, if it's not on my list I will generally accept it. ;)

Venus fly traps:

typical (looking more like a VFT spider)
mystery seedling *


Nepenthes:

2 N. "Miranda"


Pitcher plants:

3 or 4 Sarracenia x wrigleyana
2 Purpurea ssp. purpurea Wellington Co *
S. Ladybug *
S. Dana's Delight *
S. Purpurea Venosa
unknown sarr cross *


Heliamphora

:(


Cephalotus:

C. Follicularis


Sundews:

Mystery seedlings *
6 D. Capensis
D. Capillaris *
D. Capillaris "long arm" (tate's hell swamp, FL) *
D. Spatulata (a lot of them)
D. Spatulata var. Lovellae NEW
D. Filiformis (From Joel's Carnivorous plants)
D. Burmannii (Beerwah, Queensland Australia) NEW
D. Burmannii (Hong Kong) NEW
D. Affinsis NEW From Ras

Butterworts:

down to two butterworts


Bladderworts

U. Bisquamata *
U. Graminifolia *
U. Inflata (green swamp NC) *
U. Juncea *

Moss

Green sphagnum
purple sphagnum

Death list: :(
1 S. Purpurea Venosa *
1 Flava var. Atropurpurea X Var Ornata *
D. Rotundifolia *
D. Burmannii (giant red form)
1 P. Moctezumae
P. Primuliflora
P. Caerulea
p. lutea
1 H. Heterodoxa X Minor


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Other Plants:

Orchids:
- Oncidium, Gower Ramsey
- 2 phals
- dwarf oncidium

Succulents:
- Aloe Vera (large form)
- Eastern Prickly Pear
- Fair castle cactus
- 3 different hens & chick varieties
- 3 unknown desert rose varieties


Miscellaneous:
- 2 random terrarium plants

Tillandsia
4 unknown plants (one of them is a pup)
2 T. Bulbosa
1 T. Caulescens
1 T. Recurvifolia (meridionalis)
1 T. Schiedeana

Plants in Fish Tanks:

(I have more plants, just need time to list them)
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* = plants from JHT

list will update as my collection grows

I have other non-carnivorous plants (I'll try to make a list when my semester ends)

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Photos: Photos are currently being updated!!! (And photos of the rest of my collection are being prepared as well)

Venus Fly Traps:
VFT typical (I'm beginning to think it may be a VFT spider): This guy has eaten bugs in 3 different states
Image

Mystery VFT seedling: (the other plant is a drosera with roots intertwined with the VFT)

Photo removed an updated photo will be posted soon

Pitcher plants (photos coming soon)
Sarracenia x wrigleyana and D. Capensis

Photo removed an updated photo will be posted soon

Cephalotis Follicularis:
Image

Sundews (photos coming soon)

Pinguicula Moctezumae:
Image

Pinguicula Lutea:
Image

Pinguicula Primuliflora:
Image

Pinguicula Caerulea:
Image

Bladderworts (photos coming soon)
U. Inflata (green swamp NC):
Image
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By Jimbok3
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#153130
The butterworts are going through transplant shock, the mexican butterwort is starting to recover but the lutea is struggling
By Starchy
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#153151
Jimbok3 wrote:The butterworts are going through transplant shock, the mexican butterwort is starting to recover but the lutea is struggling
which Mexican ping do you have? I just got a P. Weser hybrid for my girlfriend which I did a number on when helping her set it up. Those things are wicked fragile!
By Jimbok3
Posts:  322
Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#153948
Starchy wrote:
Jimbok3 wrote:The butterworts are going through transplant shock, the mexican butterwort is starting to recover but the lutea is struggling
which Mexican ping do you have? I just got a P. Weser hybrid for my girlfriend which I did a number on when helping her set it up. Those things are wicked fragile!
It is a Pinguicula Moctezumae
By Jimbok3
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Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#154718
* means it is a plant from JHT
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By Jimbok3
Posts:  322
Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#155275
I'm still trying to get clearer pics, also I ordered my first Ceph it will be arriving tomorrow!!!! :) :D :mrgreen:
By Jimbok3
Posts:  322
Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#155377
I'm now beginning to add pics of my plants, please bear with me it will take some time to get pics of everything. Also a large number of plants are recovering from shipping and a change in environment so pictures of them may not be posted for a while (they are also going to go dormant soon, so my main priority is to get there strength up before dormancy) 8-)
By Jimbok3
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Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#155480
Plants that I have taken pullings from (that will be available for sale/trade):
- butterworts (all)
- sundews (all)
- s. Dana's Delight (only one pulling has started forming roots and I will not do any more pullings until spring)
PM me on which ones you are interested in!
By Jimbok3
Posts:  322
Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#158339
New Additions!

Plants:
1 Heliamphora Heterodoxa X Minor (another one is on the way)

Seeds:
Nepenthes talangensis seeds
Nepenthes globosa seeds
Nepenthes inermis seeds
(All of the nepenthes seeds are still being shipped, mail from the Czech Republic takes a while.)

Moss:
Green sphagnum moss
Purple sphagnum moss

Another reminder: If anyone is interested in any of the plants on my list (no pitchers until spring), contact me and I will start a new plant via pulling. Tell me which plant you will be willing to trade, if it's not on my list I will generally accept it. :)
By Jimbok3
Posts:  322
Joined:  Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:29 pm
#158737
Unfortunately the second Heliamphora Heterodoxa X Minor did not arrive in good condition, and it has died. it had one leaf the was still slightly alive but rotting at the base so I removed it and hopefully it will root.

New plants!

2 Tillandsia Bulbosa
1 Tillandsia Caulescens
1 Tillandsia Recurvifolia (meridionalis)
1 Tillandsia Schiedeana


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