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D. paradoxa

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D. venusta close up
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[b said:
Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ June 24 2005,6:55)]not really, occationally they get freeze dried blood worms but mostly they catch their own flying critters in the house
I just fed my sticky-leaved plants some freeze-dried blood worms today. Everyone else got ladybugs.

>;-D
 
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also took some of my own lil' guys (in the pouring rain)
D. intermedia
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D. rotundifolia    i'm really happy how red it turned this year.
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Freeze-dried bloodworms make sundews drool with happiness. I wanted to grow D. paradoxa, but I don't think my conditions are warm enough (75F max, 60F min).

Brian
 
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