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We had tentatively named this seedling FTS Pink Predator (but some people didn't like that name; help us name it!). The "FTS" prefix simply designates the origin as the Flytrap Store, as BCP designates the European business Best Carnivorous Plants.
Now we just need to put the seedling into our development cycle, which consists of growing the plant well in order to get a division or leaf pulling to send to Matt so that he can get tissue to try to establish the plant in sterile tissue culture; growing and dividing the plant into multiple sterile containers to produce many tiny plantlets; taking most of those plantlets out of tissue culture (while reserving some in tissue culture for continued micropropagation and future use), hardening (acclimating) them and growing them "ex vitro" (in natural conditions) until they are well-established young plants, then offering them for sale at FlytrapStore.com when we have a sufficiently large enough stock for the initial offering. This development cycle can take 2 or more years, but that's just the way it is; plants don't grow instantaneously.