Icarus

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  1. That muluensis x lowii is very well grown. One of the best i have seen so far. Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  2. please message me when you can sell one or two ;).
  3. please save one of those hookeriana black seedlings for me ;).
  4. Damn, if you have flowering nepenthes in the future, you should post that in One of the facebook nepenthes groups. Or just contact me! Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  5. Hi Krzysztof, i have truncata red Pollen very soon. What do you think about crossing spectabilis and truncata red? Gives a nice hybrid:
  6. Icarus

    my little Villosa

    Very nicely grown! Congratulations. Gesendet von meinem iPhone mit Tapatalk
  7. wow. incredibly well grown plants!
  8. Wow!! Gesendet von meinem iPhone mit Tapatalk
  9. my singalana tujuh also had spider mite damage when i received it from czplants. I emailed him several times about that but he seems to not care about this.
  10. They do damage my plants. Defenitley not Tyrophagus, i have red spots on the leaves as well as on the stem and also leaf deformations. thats exactly where i always find them. i think they are Tarsonemidae.
  11. I used predatory mites, that did not work either. I also used an oil-based spray. that also did not work. My next idea is to try acaricides containing abamectin. I already tried Fenproxymat, Acequinoyl, Pyrethrine.
  12. Hi, since months i have trouble we these little beasts on most of my highland nepenthes: i thought they were some kind of mites, but all acarizides i used did not work and i used them multiple times properly. What are these? I think i have to try something else. The "bugs" are about 0.5mm in size, white transparent and hard to see with your eyes. I really need help, i cannot do anything at the moment but removing them by hand every day.
  13. i found out what these are: land living planaria. these are not dangerous for the plants. im not sure where these did come from. i'm located in germany and saw these for the first time.