Where can i find these online?

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Where can i find these online?

by spintix » Fri May 15, 2009 2:26 am

I have a red dragon, 3 typical forms and 1 dente but i am looking for a red dragon dente or i think they might be called Red Piranah? anyone no of a place online where i can get one?

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Re: Where can i find these online?

by Matt » Fri May 15, 2009 2:29 am

Hello and welcome to flytrapcare!

Yep, Steve sells the 'Red Piranha'. You can find them at http://www.a store.com. Good choice I might add...the 'Red Piranha' is one of my favorite cultivars.

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Re: Where can i find these online?

by Steve_D » Fri May 15, 2009 3:02 am

Hi spintix-- This is Steve (steve_d here at FlytrapCare.com) and I have the little online business Matt referred to, a store.com. I can sell you a Red Piranha now, but it would be one of the smaller ones because most of the larger ones have already been sold this year, except for the couple dozen Red Piranha I have setting seed right now for this year's Dionaea seed harvest. If you can wait for just a few weeks until after the seed harvest, I'll sell you one of the largest ones at a discount. Just remind me in a few weeks if you like. :)

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Re: Where can i find these online?

by spintix » Fri May 15, 2009 4:57 am

that sounds great, i can definitely wait. i am also very interested in your B52 breed. are they just a huge breed or are they 10 year old plus plants?

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Re: Where can i find these online?

by NZL » Fri May 15, 2009 9:01 am

Steve, what are your intentions with the seeds in fact? Hoping to find a new interesting and stable phenotypic trait?

Spintix: the B52 is a specific breed (or variety, or cultivar.. what's in a name), not just a 10 year old typical
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