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    Ceph vid Coal mine beach

    This will be my last post on here for good , Guys and Girls , please refrain from serving any disappointment to any Mod's, the fault was mine not any one else's , a mistake was made on my behalf regrettably , and a very polite request was rightly sent , it was proper to do so in...
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    Ceph vid Coal mine beach

    have been requested to remove these vid's J
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    V-Boss!

    newly opened , hard to tell just yet but looks like there may be a bit of differnce in my clone and the one you have , ( mainly the maxima front lip rise look at the front of your pitchers peristome ) , will be interesting to see if it remains or flows back into the peristome please...
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    Ceph vid Coal mine beach

    none vids removed as requested !!
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    V-Boss!

    dvg the hybrid is from exotica , Geoff Mansell , i can not get plants in from over seas because of our import laws, so most of our hybrids come form Geoff, luckily he makes great hybrids for us here , we are very great full he works his magic for us , we do have a few other guys doing them...
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    V-Boss!

    dvg your very right the N.boschana makes super hybrids have quite a few different ones here , , but this pitcher did not come up so well , don't know if it got damaged or what , so when you get yours open and hardened up, show me the peristome please , because as it is getting larger...
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    Nepenthes in vitro . . .

    very good BB great experiments your doing j
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    Cephalotus from my trip

    Interesting you should notice that , most people would think that a ceph is a ceph , right !! , from the many sites I went to there are many distinct size , colour and habit that the ceph grow in and adapt to , giving them all green , and variation in colour up to Eden black...
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    Cephalotus from my trip

    they grow in a peaty root ladened soil, mix , its qute interesting to see hard to explain as its all AU native grass, reeds and tree matter in it too J ---------- Post added at 10:57 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:55 PM ---------- got villosa shots , just planing a trip to there...
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    Biblis from Perth

    The guy who showed us this site said that this area drys completely , but it should still have some underground moisture as its a natural soak area , the giganta and drosera would die off i would think , but not sure about the byblis , would need to confirm that with some one from...
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    King X Queen Truncata help

    OK so if you comments are in that frame its not worth the bother , Guys do your self a big favor , go save your money and take a few tips to Borneo on a nep tour with some one like Chien Lee and see for your self , it will change your view on Evey thing you have read and doing now ...
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    Cephalotus from my trip

    yep truly incredable plants ,as far as flower stalks on these plants remember these are in the wild not in my back yard, so a subjected to wild animals and insects feeding on them too , there in true open wild counntry we call bush land !! at this young stage the stalks are very...
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    Cephalotus from my trip

    ha ha ha , well the pic's tell the story dont they , and for those that dont know ceph seed will not be ripe till Feb next year !! all ways one trouble maker in a bunch hay !! ha ha ah
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    Biblis from Perth

    yep its a winter swamp , and drys in summer like now , the soil is very sandy indeed as it looks J
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    Cephalotus from my trip

    O yer mate seen many plants bigger than any hummer mate in the natural habitat , got some very interesting data and info on conditions and sun and other stuff :) J
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    Biblis from Perth

    On our way to the the cephs site some 5 hours driving from Perth , we stopped off at a site where Biblis , gigantea and drosera were in a Perth suburb ,was good to see and this will not be built on either great news J
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    Cephalotus from my trip

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