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Seed grown Dionaea

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Hey guys,

here are two of my Dionaea seedlings.

Note: Since the plants are not even two years old, the characteristics can still vary.

The first one is a seedling from 2015. It’s non-carnivore and the teeth are similar to D.m. ‘Werewolf‘.
It’s also variegated on some traps.
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The second one is a seedling from 2015 too. It's non-carnivore and the teeth are similar to ‘Werewolf‘ too.
The traps of the plant have a very nice shape.
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I will show you here some more seed grown Dionaea in the next weeks.


Regards
Tobias
 

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The second one is really nice, would love to have one.

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Posted (edited)

Hey guys,

today a small update.

This is a seedling from 2015. It's non-carnivore and forms small hearts on the back of the traps.
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This is also a seedling from 2015. It is also non-carnivore and the teeth are similar to ‘Werewolf‘. The inside of the traps is red with a lighter center.
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This is a seedling from 2015 too. It is non-carnivore and has very interesting teeth.
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More seedlings will follow soon.


Regards
Tobias
 

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werewolf seedlings are always amazing, nice selection!

 

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werewolf seedlings are always amazing, nice selection!

 

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Posted (edited)

Hey guys,

today I’d like to show you some more seedlings.

This seedling from 2014  is non-carnivore and has impressive traps and teeth.
It also has a slightly red color in the traps.
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This seedling from 2015 is also non-carnivore, has wide opened / curved traps which are red on the inside.
In addition, it has extraordinary teeth which remind me of tentacles.
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This seedling from 2014 is non-carnivore, completely green and has fascinating teeth.
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Regards
Tobias
 

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Posted (edited)

Hey guys,

today a small update.

Here,  two pictures of the first two plants which I have already shown on 26th of March:
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This seedling from 2015  is non-carnivore and has teeth which look like they were molten.
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This seedling from 2015  is non-carnivore too and grows relatively high. Therefore it reminds me a bit of a cobra.
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Regards
Tobias
 

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Here are some more pictures of the Dionaea "heart-seedling" from above.

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Regards
Tobias
 

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Hey guys,

today a small update.

This non-carnivore seedling from 2015 has big edges of the traps and a nice coloration.
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I am especially proud of this plant, since it is a seedling from 2015 with 'Werewolf'-teeth AND trigger hairs. So it's a carnivore plant.
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I already have shown this non-carnivore seedling from 2015 above. It has 'Werewolf' teeth and an intensely red inside of the trap with a lighter center.
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Regards
Tobias
 

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Some realy good looking plants there mate .

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