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  1. First the macros.. D. capillaris 'Long Arm' I didn't think D. brevifolia went dormant. But they've been like this for months. the always underrated D. aliciae D. slackii slowly recovering.. D. madagascariensis D. multifida f. extrema D. ascendens (Serra de Ponta Grossa, Campo Largo ~ Parana, Brazil) seedlings. Also some wild rotunds coming up in the LFS I used. D. graomogolensis seedlings.. makin' babies..
  2. No clue, but I'd love to see some pics of what you're seeing. Curious of what the plants look like, not to mention the scent. Lucky you..
  3. Where's the pics Amar?!?!?
  4. OH NO!! What happened to the pics?!?!? This thread was my holy grail.
  5. As Andrew would say,"Some D. prolifera proliferating." Out of focus D. schizandra coming along nicely. And an out of focus pic of D. macrophylla's upcoming flower stalk. I'm lazy, perhaps I'll take better pics another day.
  6. Well thank you. I pride myself on my photography. Kind of learning as I go..
  7. massmorels

    Mass's Dews

    Since Droseras have become my main point of focus lately, I figured I'd start a new pic thread dedicated just to them. Enjoy.. D. villosa var. ascendens (Serra de Ponta Grossa, Campo Largo ~ Parana, Brazil) seedlings!! I've also got germination with D. oblanceolata (Sunset Peak, Hong Kong) and D. sp. "Lantau Island" seeds, but didn't snap any pics. D. schizandra leaf cutting (success!) in RO. D. erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa (Albany Hwy) putting up it's next round of leaves after being fed. D. macrophylla unfolding it's first of the year. Thanks again Brok for this amazing species. D. allantostigma Oldy but goody.. D. schizandra Loving the red hairs on D. slackii D. paradoxa, thanks again Mach. D. falconeri, thanks again to Damon & Mach both.
  8. Only about an inch. Thank you. I used an Opteka 52mm macro lens.
  9. It's in my HL GH about 4ft below 8 T5HO's. With 75% humidity and daytime temps of 72*F and night temps around 58*F.
  10. Do I need to think about cutting the flower stalk at any point? Perhaps to help add growing strength of the carnivorous parts. Squamosa update:
  11. D. erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa (Albany Hwy) D. peltata 'White Flower' D. sp. 'Carbarup' I'll just toss these in. Ever order a hot fudge sundae from McDonald's? Container works great as a propagation chamber for dews, ceph leaves, etc.
  12. An update on the now obvious flower stalk..
  13. That's what I thought.. They put up flowers prior to carnivorous leaves to avoid eating the pollinators, correct?