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  1. Our movie "Prey Capture by Dionaea muscipula" is based on the same named CPN article (June 2017) by Emeritus Professor Stephen E. Williams and Siggi Hartmeyer. What captures Dionaea in cultivation compared with the natural habitat in North Carolina? How does it attract prey? Is UV-reflection and/or fluorescence used for attraction? Did it even develop a strategy to capture preferred larger prey animals than small ones? Well, it looks like that, but how does it work? Simply enjoy our documentary and find the answers. A HD-movie in the German language with English subtitles. Kind regards, Siggi & Irmgard.
  2. Ali Johann

    Mold in the terrarium?

    I live in Northern Canada so we pretty much have around 6 months of winter, a non-existent spring, incredibly hot and dry summer and a prolonged fall. Due to those factors, I’ve got my Venus flytraps in two big terrariums and they’re in the kitchen by the windows for appropriate lighting. (Though I take them outside in the summer and bring them in at night) Lately my traps have been growing mold though, the traps themselves turn black and grow white fuzzy mold. If the traps don’t catch anything and die off they turn black and grow mold; the traps catch any house flies or house spiders, they turn black and become moldy after a day or two. I’ve tried leaving the lids off the terrariums to let some moisture out, I’ve tried sticking the specific traps in more direct sunlight, I’ve tried open lids and sunlight together and that has no effect on it whatsoever. It seems to start spreading to the moss in the terrariums and I’m concerned it might be harmful to the other flytraps in the terrariums (3 small plants per terrarium). When it spreads to the moss I just pick it out of the terrarium and put fresh moss in when I need to. I also repotted my plants six days ago. My questions are… 1) Is the mold harmful to the plants? 2) Is there another way to get rid of the mold rather than trim the plant? 3) Do I cut off the molding traps? 4) If so, should I just cut the trap itself off and leave the leaves they grew on? 5) If I trim the traps off will it cause the plants any damage having been repotted so recently? I can’t get any carnivorous plants where I live, I have to go all the way to British Columbia to get Venus flytraps, or go all the way to Saskatchewan to get honeydew plants; my dad actually brought the ones I have for me from BC. So, I’m really cautious about doing anything to my plants unless I’m certain it won’t have any negative effects on the plants. I've even named them all lol I'm quite attached. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  3. Dr. GreenThumb

    Venus Flytrap Cartoon

    Ive been learning a little bit of animation on Adobe After Effects and while trying to make a little cartoon to illustrate a point i wanted to make for another YouTube video i gave birth to this little video fart.
  4. SouthbayTraps

    Royal Red

    From the album: SBT Venus Flytrap Gallery

    Royal Red is one of my favorite varieties, especially when the sun hits it like this
  5. Hi, after selling some of my plants on the forum with a saleslist, I decided to put up a small online store. It is now online at michaelscarnivores.com. I mainly offer Dionaea and Sarracenia, which are propagated from my collection plants. For the shop opening there are some special sales which will be available for a reduced price until 15.07.2013. In the future I also plan to use the blog function to show some pictures and reports of my collection. Kind regards, Michael Ermel
  6. TCurrell

    VFT

    From the album: My Plants

    My mature VFT