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By rob158
Posts:  102
Joined:  Sat Jul 31, 2010 3:11 pm
#65158
DROSERA plants

D. adelae
D. capensis white form photo
D. capensis - Broad Leaf Form
D. capensis - Red Form 'De Kom, RSA'
D. capensis (Montague Pass) photo
D. capensis (Vogelgaat)
D. capensis (Matroosberg) photo
D. capensis - Mini Red

pygmy sundews

D. omissa photo


Dionea muscipula (venus fly trap)

D. bohemian garnet photo
D. crested petoiles
D. crocodile
D. cupped trap photo
D. dingley giant photo
D. eyelash
D. funnell trap 'Trichterfalle' photo
D. microdent
D. M07
D. red piranha photo
D. south west giant photo
D. tiger fang photo
D. uk sawtooth I photo
D. uk sawtooth II photo
D. wacky Trap
D. whale
D. yellow

RARE CLONES:
D. crocodile
D. eyelash
D. microdent
D. whale



Genlisea plants

G. hispidula photo1 photo2
G. violacea giant photo


Nepenthes plants
N.ventrata photo


pinguicula plants

P. esseriana
p. tina photo photo2


SARRACENIA plants

S. daniel Rudd
S. dixie lace photo
S. exellens Yellow flower photo
S. farnhannii photo
S. formosa
S. jenny helen photo photo 2
S. leucophylla photo photo 2
S. leucophylla
S. leucophylla (Apalachicola, Florida, USA)
S. leucophylla (Baldwin Co, Alabama, USA)
S. leucophylla short red pitchers (Baldwin Co, Alabama, USA)
S. leucophylla tarnok
S. lynda butt
S. minor photo photo 2 photo 3
S. oreophila photo 1 photo 2
S. purpurea hybrid photo photo 2
S. Pcittacina



more photos here
Last edited by rob158 on Tue May 24, 2011 9:12 am, edited 45 times in total.
By rob158
Posts:  102
Joined:  Sat Jul 31, 2010 3:11 pm
#66502
list updated with drosera aliciae
and Nepenthes alata.
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Matt wrote:Wow! Great list Rob!
thanks,
By Hayden
#68248
You bought the same ruby red and royal red as me :)

Nice grow list too :D
By snapperhead51
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Posts:  2183
Joined:  Mon May 03, 2010 11:46 am
#68441
Hi Rob
nice list there doing well in deed . noticed you have U. australis on your list interesting !!how did you get that and how do you grow it in the UK ?? as its tropical would be interested to know please have you got pic's of it
J
By rob158
Posts:  102
Joined:  Sat Jul 31, 2010 3:11 pm
#68490
thare just small cuttings, got them from a uk forum member, there in a terrarium,
i'll mayby post pics later if i have time.


snapperhead51 wrote:Hi Rob
nice list there doing well in deed . noticed you have U. australis on your list interesting !!how did you get that and how do you grow it in the UK ?? as its tropical would be interested to know please have you got pic's of it
J
By snapperhead51
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Joined:  Mon May 03, 2010 11:46 am
#68903
Hi Rob ok no problem , it was just a interest thing as I have U gibber here and thought it was australis for a long time :oops: as Gibber grows well in colder temps, so just wondering if it was correctly named only need one look at the growth stem to tell , only a interest thing :mrgreen:
By HarrisAz
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Joined:  Tue May 18, 2010 3:53 am
#68958
ppl in this website always killing me with their collections of Venus Flytraps.
By rob158
Posts:  102
Joined:  Sat Jul 31, 2010 3:11 pm
#68966
put them in a small dish and took a photo, thare not doing very well, havent grow since i got them :cry:
snapperhead51 wrote:Hi Rob ok no problem , it was just a interest thing as I have U gibber here and thought it was australis for a long time :oops: as Gibber grows well in colder temps, so just wondering if it was correctly named only need one look at the growth stem to tell , only a interest thing :mrgreen:

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