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bluemax

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Since the quantity of photos we post makes it slow to check for meeting announcements it has been proposed that we create a thread strictly for the meeting photos, so here it is. Please feel free to post any photos you take at the meetings or group events here. The photos from previous get-togethers will stay with the meetings thread.

Here is what I have from the March 2017 meeting:

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Nepenthes spathulata x veitchii

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Lovely N. hamata

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Drosera lanata. Man, that was a dark root beer!

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It was a great day for beautiful Pinguicula flowers!

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This was P. 'John Rizzi'

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D. cistiflora, purple flowered form.

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N. glabrata.

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This is the biggest D. burmannii that I have ever seen.

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Drosophyllum lusitanicum seedling.

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That's actually the Drosophyllum seedling, not the Byblis. Great pictures of lots of great plants though!
 

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Nice! Mark's pics turned out way better than mine :hail: Again, great photos Mark!

I am not good at taking photos indoors under such lighting, too lazy to figure out how to adjust the camera for such so just point and shoot in auto, but here are a few that came out presentable without blur and graininess. And forget the people pics, hopefully someone else can take some decent group shots at future meets.

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we had some insane plants at this one - that N. lingulata was a real eyeopener. I hope Kenji can make it again to the next meet.

the sheer rarity of some of the species we've been getting in is kinda mindblowing

and hey I was looking forward to pics of me hahahahah ah well maybe next time
 
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Here are the photos I took

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Argh, did not realize it was so blurry until I uploaded it!

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Also sort of blurry, may just be difficult to get a non-blurry pic in the dim pub lighting

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I've decided to seek out P. laueana after seeing a flower in person

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A pic of the little D. camporupestris I brought

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Mark's spectacular D. graomogolensis

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Big burmannii

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Carson's huge D. cistiflora

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The P. megaspilaea I brought along

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Lovely subtle veiniation on this flower, believe this one was brought by [MENTION=12128]ScatterPants[/MENTION] amongst other pings and the N. glabrata

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And my little Byblis hid so well that nobody took a picture of it.

I realized that after I uploaded everything, sorry about that. I mostly took pics of the lingulata, as is quite clear.

Also, Mark's D. lanata (my first petiolaris Drosera) is settling in very well with my P. cubensis, D. burmannii, and U. fulva :D

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Amazing plants you all have there!
Were they just for display or did you guys sell or swap them out amongst each other?

PS. That Burmannii is Huge! What do you feed that thing, chickens? :0o:
 
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Everything pictured was just to show other than the Drosophyllum seedling. There were a number of other giveaway plants too - a few small Sarrs and a large D. capensis.
 
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[MENTION=10989]nimbulan[/MENTION] it's a lot more flattering in that picture than it would be in the pub lighting, that's for sure. Also, Drosophyllum is doing well.

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hahaha yup that's my burmannii, proud papa
feed them crickets. their tentacles are adapted to hold down terrestrial prey, medium crickets are no match for a sub adult plant
 
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I didn't get pictures of every plant and sorry if I get any IDs wrong - just let me know so I can correct them. It was a fun time as always and somehow my streak of acquiring new Mexican Pinguicula at the meetups continues!

Benurmanii's P. primuliflora 'Rose'
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Patrick's D. adelae 'Giant'
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Poor picture that doesn't do justice to Raycer's dews which I believe include D. cistiflora, D. madagascariensis, and D. hookeri
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Pinguicula mirandae I traded for from Raycer
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Bluemax's beautiful D. cuneifolia that is just starting to send up some flowers
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Bluemax's Drosera which I believe he said was a hybrid of capensis and spatulata but I can't remember in which order
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Nimbulan's D. regia seedling
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P. moctezumae that Dervs brought in to give away
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D. capensis 'Alba' also given away by Dervs
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No Neps at this meet, mostly sticky plants, which is always up my alley hehehe :-D

That capensis and spatulata cross, brought by Mark
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Mark's D. cuenifolia
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My P. primuliflora 'Rose'
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Enormous D. adelae 'Giant'
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Scatter's Pings, and the pot of P. lusitanica that weren't doing great for me so I gave them to him, looks like there is a pot of U. sandersonii from Carson too.
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Scatter told me he got this P. mirandae from Carson, beautiful white flower!
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'Sethos' x gypsicola
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D. nataliensis, brought by Scatter
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Insane D. madagascariensis with many growth points on one stem
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Scatter's P. reticulata
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Carson's D. cistiflora
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That sandersonii
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A CP friend bought these chilensis from me, and wanted to do a local pickup, but never showed up today. Oh well, hopefully next month!
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And just a few more from April's meeting.

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All sorts of good stuff in this box.

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One of our tables including the amazing giant Drosera adelae.

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Closeup of D. adelae "Giant"

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Note the recently-bloomed large D. cistiflora.

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Wondrous blooming butterworts.

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Giveaway goodies.
 
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