Jeremiah

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  • Birthday 09/25/1987

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    http://www.coloradocarnivorousplantsociety.com
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  1. Yeah it's interesting to see how different plants progress. I haven't named any of them, most of them are plants I inherited from the late Dennis Hastings a few years back. icps.proboards.com/thread/5789/dennis-hastings I'm growing them all I'm my highland greenhouse. I have them under 60% shade cloth but I am at about 2000m elevation. -Jeremiah-
  2. These are all grown in the same greenhouse within a few feet of each other. "Red Monster" "Red Monster" "Red Monster" Hummers Giant Young plant C. Hummers Giant C. Hummers Giant Unlabeled #3 DH probably HG Unlabeled #2 DH Double Ribbed Young plant Emu Point Squat Squat C. Czech not giant C. Czech not giant C. Czech Giant #1 C. Czech Giant #2 looks different Typical Gary Kong Vigorous
  3. Hello, A friend of mine has established the Carolina Carnivorous Plant Society. They had a very successful auction this spring and they are running the fall auctions this week. They are hosting an online auction to help raise funds to get off the ground. The cool thing is you will get to keep 50% of the sale price of items you list. I have listed quite a few plants all with a starting price of just $5.00 and will ad more as time goes on. If you're in the USA why don't we help them get off the ground by listing and biding on a few items. The online auction can be found here http://ccps.boards.net/board/57/ccps-benefit-auction-august-september Thanks! -Jeremiah-
  4. I'm shooting with a Nikon D7000 with a 60mm 2.8 micro lens. Most of the photos were shot at a very high f-stop up to 56f
  5. Drosera omissa x pulchella Testing out Brie's cell method. Thanks, -Jeremiah-
  6. Drosera occidentalis Drosera occidentalis ssp . australis Drosera occidentalis (Cape Le Grand NP) Drosera omissa Drosera omissa (White flower) Drosera oreopodion Drosera paleacea Drosera paleacea (Cranbrook form) Drosera parvula Drosera pedicellaris Drosera platystigma Drosera pulchella (Salmon flower) Drosera pycnoblasta Drosera pygmaea (East Australia form) Drosera roseana Drosera sargentii Drosera scorpioides Drosera sewelliae Drosera stelliflora Drosera trichocaulis Drosera walyunga Drosera sp. 'Narrikup'
  7. Hello, Some of my Pygmy Drosera Collection. Drosera allantostigma Drosera callistos Drosera callistos -Brookton form Drosera citrina Drosera closterostigma Drosera closterostigma (Mogumber form) Drosera dichrosepala Drosera dichrosepala (Fish Road Track form) Drosera echinoblastus Drosera eneabba A (red) Drosera eneabba B (green) Drosera enodes -Giant form Drosera gibsonii Drosera grievei Drosera helodes Drosera hyperostigma Drosera lasiantha Drosera leioblastus Drosera leucoblasta (Cranbrook form - giant flower) Drosera leucostigma Drosera mannii Drosera microscapa Drosera nitidula
  8. I thought some of you might be interested in seeing what the climb to the summit of Mt Trus Madi looks like. It is a little shaky but definitely gives you the feel. Filming was not my main priority but I though it would be neat to have. The video is a little over 30 minutes long and if you have the bandwidth for it up to 1080p. On a side note a few a the pitchers we might have called Nepenthes trusmadiensis in the video may just be variation in N. macrophylla. Here is what I would probably could consider 50% N. lowii and 50% N. macrophylla The other plants may be just species variation or back crossed hybrids with N. macrophylla. Now for the climb, this was the easy part. [url= [/media[/url]]Thanks, -Jeremiah-
  9. Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Alastair and Me with Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla The trail Nepenthes × trusmadiensis Nepenthes × trusmadiensis and Nepenthes lowii Steve Fretwell and Nepenthes lowii Steve Fretwell trying to avoid getting N. lowii juice on him. Me and Nepenthes lowii Very small orchid Nepenthes × trusmadiensis Nepenthes lowii
  10. Mt. Trus Madi Borneo http://leilaninepenthes.com/Mt-Trus-Madi-Borneo-Nepenthes-October%202012.htm Guides House Large Python Me and Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla The top of Mt. Trus Madi Small Nepenthes × trusmadiensis Small Nepenthes × trusmadiensis Nepenthes lowii Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes macrophylla Nepenthes lowii Nepenthes × trusmadiensis Nepenthes lowii Nepenthes macrophylla and Nepenthes lowii
  11. Mt. Tambuyukon Borneo http://leilaninepenthes.com/Mt-Tambuyukon-Borneo-Nepenthes-October-2012.htm Nepenthes burbidgeae Nepenthes edwardsiana Nepenthes edwardsiana Nepenthes edwardsiana Nepenthes villosa Nepenthes villosa Frog On a N. rajah lid Nepenthes villosa Nepenthes rajah Nearing the top Nepenthes rajah Nepenthes edwardsiana The biggest pitcher I found Nepenthes edwardsiana Nepenthes edwardsiana Nepenthes edwardsiana Nepenthes edwardsiana The trail back.
  12. Ranau Borneo http://leilaninepenthes.com/Ranau-Borneo-Nepenthes-October-2012.htm John looking for Nepenthes Nepenthes reinwardtiana Nepenthes reinwardtiana Nepenthes reinwardtiana Nepenthes fusca Nepenthes fusca Nepenthes stenophylla Nepenthes stenophylla Natural hybrid between N. fusca and N. stenophylla. Nepenthes reinwardtiana Nepenthes reinwardtiana Nepenthes stenophylla Natural hybrid between N. fusca and N. stenophylla. Natural hybrid between N. reinwardtiana and N. stenophylla Nepenthes stenophylla Nepenthes macrovulgaris Nepenthes macrovulgaris
  13. Mt. Kinabalu Borneo http://leilaninepenthes.com/Mt-Kinabalu-Borneo-Nepenthes-October-2012.htm N. rajah Alastair Robinson and N. rajah A Japanese film crew trying to get footage of N. rajah and shrews. Nepenthes burbidgeae Steve Fretwell, Alastair Robinson, John V.D. Werf, John Yates. Tub of N. villosa
  14. Hello, Today I finally had chance to go through some of my more then 9000 photos I took. I had such a wonderful time on the tour and got to reconnect and meet some great people. I big thanks goes out to Alastair for showing us such a great time. I have added over 500 Photos from my trip here http://www.leilanine...ctober-2012.htm Mt. Victoria, Philippines. http://leilaninepent...ctober-2012.htm Nepenthes philippinensis We crossed back and forth this river 14 times on our assent Nepenthes philippinensis Nepenthes attenboroughii with wild caught tree shrew Nearing the Summit New species of orchid Nepenthes attenboroughii Nepenthes attenboroughii Nepenthes attenboroughii Nepenthes attenboroughii Nepenthes attenboroughii A very dark N. attenboroughii Nepenthes attenboroughii Nepenthes attenboroughii The single biggest pitcher of N. attenboroughii I found Nepenthes attenboroughii with iPhone Nepenthes attenboroughii Male flower Drosera ultramafica Alastair Robinson and me (Jeremiah Harris) After a few days in the jungle. Drying everything out PS. Could a Mod edit the hyperlink out of the title?
  15. I use 100% LFS with pretty good success... -Jeremiah-