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    Deformed Trap

    I agree with Jim. One of my VFTs just finished flowering, and gosh darnit I let it flower! And you know what? It was worth it. Looked great. Besides, I have eight of them, so I can afford to lose one if that were to happen.
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    Deformed Trap

    I agree with Jim. One of my VFTs just finished flowering, and gosh darnit I let it flower! And you know what? It was worth it. Looked great. Besides, I have eight of them, so I can afford to lose one if that were to happen.
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    Deformed Trap

    I agree with Jim. One of my VFTs just finished flowering, and gosh darnit I let it flower! And you know what? It was worth it. Looked great. Besides, I have eight of them, so I can afford to lose one if that were to happen.
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    Depth of aquatic bladerworts

    Tamlin, I have my U. radiata in a 10 gallon aquarium. I suppose I will never see it flower?
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    Must...Find...N. Bicalcarata

    N. bicalcarata is not a suitable houseplant, i.e. wouldn't work in a typical room in a hanging pot. It needs high humidity and warm temps in order to pitcher well, which is why I plan to move it into my bathroom in the Fall after we move to the new apartment, and I plan to keep the bathroom door...
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    Is this a Mimosa seedling?

    Another seedling appeared yesterday in the original setup on the windowsill. That makes #5 out of 12 so far. Sometime you just need to give them time.
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    Slime Molds!

    Joel, you must have seen "Evolution" recently.
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    Aldrovanda vesiculosa

    Kinda similar story here, though mine are still hanging in there. Even if they all die, it will have been a pleasure to have grown them.
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    Is this a Mimosa seedling?

    Hmm...perhaps I should try sowing some more Mimosa seeds in pots in my Neps tank, as it's the hottest part of the house.
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    VFT Pollen

    rabangus has a very good point. Let's use the simple Mendelian genetics model, and let's say for the sake of argument (and this may in fact be true) that both the dentate and all-red traits are each controlled by a single, recessive gene. We'll call the dentate allele 'd', with 'D' meaning...
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    New VFT

    Compact fluorescents (CFL's) all the way. I use eight of them to provide light for my entire CP collection, and they're doing great.
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    Grow Lightbulb

    Compact fluorescents (CFL's) all the way. I use eight of them to provide light for my entire CP collection, and they're doing great.
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    Grow Lightbulb

    Compact fluorescents (CFL's) all the way. I use eight of them to provide light for my entire CP collection, and they're doing great.
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    Deformed Trap

    I have had this happen on my Green Dragon VFT. Occasionally leaves come out with twisted petioles as you describe, but sometimes it's even weirder. One of the leaves on it has a notch in the petiole extension, and another has one side of the trap smaller than the other, which obviously would not...
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    Deformed Trap

    I have had this happen on my Green Dragon VFT. Occasionally leaves come out with twisted petioles as you describe, but sometimes it's even weirder. One of the leaves on it has a notch in the petiole extension, and another has one side of the trap smaller than the other, which obviously would not...
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    Deformed Trap

    I have had this happen on my Green Dragon VFT. Occasionally leaves come out with twisted petioles as you describe, but sometimes it's even weirder. One of the leaves on it has a notch in the petiole extension, and another has one side of the trap smaller than the other, which obviously would not...
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    They finally caught something!

    I've had one VFT catch a rather large spider on its own in my room one night, finding its legs sticking out of the trap the following morning. hehehehe :biggrin: (Edited by havron at 3:44 pm on April 19, 2002)
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    Guess what!!!

    Yep, I started around the same time Parasuco did, and in just over three months I now have eight flytraps, six sundews plus countless pygmies, seven butterworts, four Sarrs, a Darling, a Heliamphora, a Ceph, five Neps, a Genlisea, some Aldrovanda, and waaay too much Utricularia radiata! As for...
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    Is this a Mimosa seedling?

    I love blue. How large are the flowers? Wanna trade weeds? :cheesy:
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    Ugly ducklings

    greencrunch, you may be right, as there is actually a type of caterpillar that has evolved to look like a bird dropping so that birds won't eat it! lol, kinda makes you realize that God has a sense of humor, doesn't it?
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