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By ChefDean
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optimus prime wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 1:50 pmI’ll put down a water wheel plant cutting. Wait do y’all even know what a water wheel plant it?
Dude, did you take a look around the room before you asked that?
There is better than a slight possibility that members of a carnivorous plant forum know what an Aldrovanda Vesicolusa is. :roll:
Most of us just don't want it taking over our ponds.
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Lol. I looked around my room and saw my dog starting at me
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By Cross
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ChefDean wrote:
optimus prime wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 1:50 pmI’ll put down a water wheel plant cutting. Wait do y’all even know what a water wheel plant it?
Dude, did you take a look around the room before you asked that?
There is better than a slight possibility that members of a carnivorous plant forum know what an Aldrovanda Vesicolusa is. :roll:
Most of us just don't want it taking over our ponds.
But I do. I'll use it to rid me of my mosquito problem. They eat mosquitoes right?

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Somebody already knew it give me a few weeks and I’ll have another one
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optimus prime wrote:Somebody already knew it give me a few weeks and I’ll have another one
Woot

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Cross wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 5:12 pm
ChefDean wrote:But I do. I'll use it to rid me of my mosquito problem. They eat mosquitoes right?

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They don't eat mosquitoes, but they do eat mosquitoe larvae. Get one.
I understand that, in a good environment, they can grow an inch and add two to four traps each day.
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Yeah there cool plants
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By Cross
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ChefDean wrote:
Cross wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 5:12 pm
ChefDean wrote:But I do. I'll use it to rid me of my mosquito problem. They eat mosquitoes right?

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They don't eat mosquitoes, but they do eat mosquitoe larvae. Get one.
I understand that, in a good environment, they can grow an inch and add two to four traps each day.
Di they survive off just light as well? I have a feeling my daughter would love it in a tank in her room. I need to do more research.

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Cross, pm me if you have questions. They need light. It the also new a certain type of water
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They need a certain type of water I meant
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optimus prime wrote:Cross, pm me if you have questions. They need light. It the also new a certain type of water
I will, thanks! Im trying to collect new species, as well as drosera. Im going to make a forest. A sticky forest.

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