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Hannahraptor    142

Nice! :) I like that selection very much. 

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bigphil1984    11

Hi I've got a b52 at minute, and got 3 new plants coming tomorrow a scarlet bristle, a big mouth, and an all green. Can't wait

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marcosono    4

My growth list:


Jaws smiley
Bad Luck
Angel wings
Umgekrempelt
Vitiligo
Werewolf
TC02 toothless
Red sawtooth. Lost it!!
Grosse à guigui
Dentate x piranha
Spotty
Trichterfalle
TC03 longtraps
UK sawtooth 2
Giant form x piranha

DCXL

B52

Sawtooth

UK Sawtooth 2

Red Dragon

Red Shark

G3xG14

Xo3

South West Giant

Kayan

Microdent

Adentate

Dentate

Dentata

Alien

Fused Tooth

Alien

Mutante

Holland Red

Big Mouth

Giant Red

Giant Clan

Vine Mouth

Lá Grosse a guigui

Star

Coquillage

Cupped trap

Tiger Fang

Ghost

Vc Troll

Double trouble

Double Green

Hidra

Ginormous

Titan

 

Black pears

 

King Henry

Bz Razor Back

BZ 57

Low Giant

Fine tooth x red

Pink Venus


 

It is coming

Wacky trap

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Karsty    4

Hey Marco, they're great! How do you get them through the winter?

Karsty.

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marcosono    4

Hi all friends!

 Hidra seems to be a cristata form Dionaea but it is stable. I have cultivating for 5 years and did not change the caracteristics.

 I live in São Paulo at 780 m and the winter is around 14 degree centigrate. Some time 0

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Tropicat    72

That looks very good! Is it possible to propagate the hydra with those characteristics?

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Stu    85
2 hours ago, Tropicat said:

That looks very good! Is it possible to propagate the hydra with those characteristics?

My question too - is this a stable characteristic that has proved repeatable over the years, or is it a one-off mutation/fascination?

Either way, it's an interesting looking clone!

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marcosono    4
On 26/07/2017 at 4:22 AM, Tropicat said:

That looks very good! Is it possible to propagate the hydra with those characteristics?

Yes.

 

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