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By Adrien
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D.M ‘ Schuppenstiel I’ has really attractive traps!
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By Dr GreenThumb
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very attractive. I love the sturdy-looking pinkish cilia. lovely mate!
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Love that trap! Better than Phalanx and Miss Pimbeche in my opinion!!
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By Adrien
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Matt wrote: Wed Jun 03, 2020 11:39 pm Love that trap! Better than Phalanx and Miss Pimbeche in my opinion!!
Lol it is awesome! I’ve only heard of miss pimbeche once, do you have one, Matt?
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By Joshuamarshall792
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Dr GreenThumb wrote:very attractive. I love the sturdy-looking pinkish cilia. lovely mate!
Nice username! Reminds me of cypress hill

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Adrien wrote:I’ve only heard of miss pimbeche once, do you have one, Matt?
Yeah, it is one of my most recent acquisitions. I think I have it in tissue culture now, as of this spring, so hopefully I will have some to offer others in the US in a year or so.
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By Adrien
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Matt wrote: Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:20 am
Adrien wrote:I’ve only heard of miss pimbeche once, do you have one, Matt?
Yeah, it is one of my most recent acquisitions. I think I have it in tissue culture now, as of this spring, so hopefully I will have some to offer others in the US in a year or so.
Awesome! Please tell me when it’s available :D
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By Dr GreenThumb
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Joshuamarshall792 wrote: Thu Jun 04, 2020 12:22 am Nice username! Reminds me of cypress hill
:lol: I remember the song, not the song in mind when I created the user name though, :lol:
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The sun was just right
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@Adrien, it looks even nicer. Man all these pics are making me want to go and by some plants.
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By Matt
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Schuppenstiel is a great plant! I love how long the teeth are -- on par with the longest of them including Phalanx and Miss Pimbeche. And the scaling of the leaves just makes it uber cool!
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