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    for all my temperate and mexican calcareous ping I use cat liter 50% with some time akadama river sand 12.5% pouzzolane12.5% calcareous sand 12.5% vermiculite or perlite 12.5% jeff
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    In fact, it has slightly more violet flowers. It is a common problem on camera sensors. Pinguicula reichenbachiana was first described as a distinct species, but Casper later placed it as subspecies of P. longifolia. It is now once again considered as a distinct species. Pinguicula apuana certainly originates from hybridization between P. vulgaris and P. mariae, this last one closely related to P. reichenbachiana. This is why this hybrid has some affinities with P. apuana.
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    Nepenthes sp. (Church Camp, Gunung Murud, Borneo, Malaysia) Nepenthes rigidifolia (Sumatra) Nepenthes aristolochioides Nepenthes ephippiata (Gunung Rajah, Borneo) Nepenthes x Trusmadiensis (N. lowii × N. macrophylla) (G. Trusmadi, Borneo) Nepenthes muluensis (Gunung Mulu, Borneo) Nepenthes talangensis x ventricosa Nepenthes palawanensis (Sultan Peak, Palawan, Philippines)
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    I think there is a guide somewhere but I can't remember where. Try searching for the word photos to see what comes up. It may be in 'Forum Feedback'.
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    Heliamphora pulchella (Akopan Tepui) Heliamphora parva GH clone Heliamphora tatei (Cerro Duida) Heliamphora minor Heliamphora huberi and H. pulchella from Amuri Tepui Heliamphora pulchella (Amuri Tepui, Venezuela)
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    Altys in preston have melcourt growbark pine in stock, delivery is reasonable, if you want to enquire try 01772 812176. chris
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    I'll be there, looking forward to it!