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#1 will9

 
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Posted 22 June 2012 - 11:19 AM

hemiepiphytica
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spec linz
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xhautil
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potosiensis
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sp Tonala(spec ANPA)
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ANPA C
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elizabethea naturecrossing
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agnata
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sethos
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esseriana crossing?
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moranensis San Felipe
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X johanna
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Posted 22 June 2012 - 11:22 AM

moranensis typical
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pumilla
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spec Tonala(heterophylla like)
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moranensis Huixteco
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pilosa x sumidero
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spec Molango
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moranensis San Felipe
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spec Pachuca
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gypsicola Buena Vista
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esseriana
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hirtiflora
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Hope you like them :l_sunny:

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 11:29 AM

Great! Thanks for sharing.
I am able to identify some of them, but would it be possible to add the names of all your plants shown here?

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 12:01 PM

Great! Thanks for sharing.
I am able to identify some of them, but would it be possible to add the names of all your plants shown here?

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Dieter


Hi Dieter ,hope it s better now? :thank_you2:

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 12:58 PM

Amazing the flowering... do you have some for swap?
just typicals

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 14:21 PM

Great butterwort collection, Willy! :thumbsup:

Erm, your P. laueana looks a little strange to me. I´d say it resembles a lot P. agnata. :wink:



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Posted 22 June 2012 - 14:27 PM

Some lovely plants. I am not familiar with many of the names but a couple of things did look odd:
1) laueana -> agnata
2) those esseriana look more like debbertiana (but I know this group is all a bit mixed up)

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 14:52 PM

Hi Willy,

yes, this helps a lot! And I agree with the others about the two potentially mislabelled species. Anyway, your collection is great, but unfortunately now I have to hurry to get finally your seeds packed :-)

Thanks
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Posted 22 June 2012 - 16:11 PM

Hi thanks for see this errors,off course it s agnata ,not mislabbeled ,only the pic from the laueana was not good and i mixed this up ,esseriana is another matter,i received this as esseriana from a normall trustfull grower from Netherland,i have other clones but this not flowering yet,she are lighter from rozetcolor ,meaby this are the right ones,this is mislabbeled ,i not like it when i have not the plants that i expect to have, :verymad:
This flower is bigger then debbertiana ,therefor i was not sure wat it is ,i think it s a crossing from esseriana x debbertiana?
I like it more when i have the real ones then mixed up things,crossings are nice when you know it s a crossing,
Cheers Will

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 16:35 PM

really beautiful :)

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 17:33 PM

Nice pings! :thumbsup:

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Posted 22 June 2012 - 22:13 PM

:thanks:
It s the maining post new flowers on here every month till i got them all,if members like this ? :peekaboo:
Meaby the topic become to big when i do this and lost there intresting? :suicide:

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:53 AM

Great job! How about a group photo / bouquet?

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:56 PM

I not know how to make,not a computerspecialist,i am glad i can post pics allready, :boredom:

The debbertiana and wat i have for esseriana above,i think the esseriana is spec Tolontonga
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moranensis Morelia Lloyd Wix
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moctezuma x colimensis
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moranensis Geurrero
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aphrodite
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Posted 24 June 2012 - 18:20 PM

Hello ,thanks to everyone that like wat i try to do.
I am not a proffesional photografe,so my photos are not allways very clear,sorry for this .
I have seen when i set photos on the forum some times i got thumbs up ,but sometimes i got thumbs down to,so some people find this so bad that she give me a thumbs down for all the work i do.
I have do a lot of work whit take pics and set on the forum for make the forum a bit more intresting and a bit nicer, but this not allways been apprecieerd.
Its match disapointed if it s go like this ,so i think it s a better idea that i not set photos anymore on the forum,i go let this to the proffesionals,she can do a better job like me.

So this are finally the last ones i have set on the forum and i not think i go chanced my mind on this,i thank everyone for there suport ,i also see that only a very few Englisch members like this ,mostly this are allways the same (1 or 2),i supoose the most Englisch members not like topic whit photos?
Very ,very few suport from UK members from a Englisch forum i must say!i am very suprised of this.
Allways been when i see posts of beautyfull pictures from other EU or not EU members ,never intresting from the UK members,very intresting,
:thanks: Will

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Posted 24 June 2012 - 23:00 PM

Willy,

I don´t think it has something to do with the quality of your photos when there are people who give you "thumbs down". I suppose these members don´t like you personally - maybe because of some complaints/critics/statements you posted now and then, I don´t know. Maybe there is even one or the other who is simply envious because of the many many species you grow. The quality of your pictures is by far good enough to be shown here. And I think quality of images is not such an important critic whether to show or not show images. It´s more important to share your happiness, fun and experience with your plants or also to illustrate problems and failure by images. Both is helpful for a lot of users and for feedback.

I believe there are SOME members - incl. me - who always appreciate to see your beautiful plants - carnivores or succulents or whatever.

It´s sad you decided to stop posting images. Perhaps it´s worth to overthink if you should let yourself being discouraged from a few "enemies" so easily. On the other hand I must admit that I haven´t noticed where and how often it happens you gain "thumbs down´s". I can understand very well that there is a point where you feel uncomfortable if you meet with hostility often enough.

To cheer you a little up I have given you a " :thumbsup: " for every image post in his threat! :smile:

I´d enjoy to see pictures of your plants again one day. :yes:

Kind regards

Andreas

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 00:23 AM

Hi! nice pinguiculas men! how do they got those redish colours?? they got direct sunlight??
regards!

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 01:32 AM

Wonderful plants - and nice collection of flowers blooming all at once :smile:

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 13:50 PM

Pretty flowers!

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 07:21 AM

Thank you for the photos. Really nice an well grown plants.

The plant in the 4th photo is P. spec. ANPA and not P. potosiensis.

Cheers,
Markus