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Guy

What's eating my P. cyclosecta?

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This was perfect when I bought it at the Hampshire Carnivorous Plants open day less than a week ago.  It's now being steadily nibbled.  Perhaps there are micro rabbits in the green house!

Nothing else is (yet) having this problem.

All advice gratefully received.

Guy

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What ive had trouble with recently, same holes in my nepenthes, was slugs, I saw a baby slug that had nibbled the top of my jacquelineae (growing tip currently unknown amongst the black ends) in june then a big one on the floor at the start of july. In my temperate greenhouse my sweet peppers were being eaten, steadily 1 then 3 with half mssng, caught the culprits = snails, caught one at 9:30pm then another at 10:30pm a week ago.

I think the heat and lack of water from outside plants is drawing them into our greenhouses, although i havent seen a slug in weeks im still getting earwigs in my heated and garden spiders in my temperate, vfts must have caught 20+ in their traps atm, 3-4 scuttling away as i cool the darlingtonia roots with fresh water

Just looks like  slug or snail has had a few quick bites then gone off on its merry way

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