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  1. Hi everyone. I am from Singapore, but gunny thing is that i never went out purposefully to find nepenthes here. Anyway, im having my holidays now so i decided to give it a go. I went to one of the local parks and went off trail to find them. Here are some pictures, hope u enjoy :). Abundant nepenthes gracilis. Most of which did not have pitchers, im assuming they did not receive enough sun. Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Giant masses of dead leaves covered the canopy. Lots and lots of these. Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr More gracilis Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes gracilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr And Nepenthes rafflesiana I like this one Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Plants Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr fell from the canopies Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr And more pitchers. The varities are amazing! Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr And a kinda large plant! Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Size ref with a dead pitcher Nepenthes rafflesiana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Hope u enjoyed .
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    Pleae help

    Thanks for the tip! I will try the submerging first, if that raelly doesnt help, than ill go with the insecticide! Thanks again everyone :).
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    Pleae help

    Thanks guys. My other friend also suggested they could be the shed skin of the aphids when they molted. I think ill go with that, its only logical. Though not visible in the photo, I still see some aphids on my dews though. I wiill try to find the rose clear, thanks :).
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    Holiday pitchers

    Really beautiful collection! I think ur truncata is amazing! Did i see some hamatas in the background in the veitchii pic? .
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    Pleae help

    Hi, i have seen aphids attacking the flower stems, they are yellow and small. However, these white flakes do not move. Do you have a suggestion for aphid insecticides? I tried neem oil in the past and the plant condition worsened . As for growing conditions, what would you suggest i could improve on? Thanks for the help :).
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    Pleae help

    Hi everyone, alot of my sundews have this white thing on them. I think its killing my sundews. The aliciae in the pic used to be much healthier, lots of dew and much healthier leaves. I have been keeping all my dews in the same way for about a year or more and than i purchased a D paradoxa, Thats when the problems started. I removed the paradoxa and changed the substrate and water and everything but the problem still persists. My capensis are still looking quite good despite this but it is really unsightly and i want to get rid of this. Can anyone help me?
  7. Beautiful, amazing it stays so compact in ten years!
  8. Somre more nwe additions. Hamata Nepenthes hamata by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Aristo Nepenthes aristolochioides by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Aristo x spec Nepenthes aristolochioides x spectabilis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Aristo and aristo x mira Airsto-imposter! by Aristoheliam, on Flickr
  9. Beautiful! And wow that regia looks crazy!
  10. Ah so sorry about the deleted photos... Had to make space on my flickr acc, gonna upgrade to Pro soon :). For now, enjoy this series of sumatrana, i took these photos in hopes of winning a competition :). Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Some lighting effects i experimented with Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Nepenthes sumatrana by Aristoheliam, on Flickr Hope u liked it :)
  11. beautiful mirabilis, its my fav! Love the wings, nice rafflesiana as well. Good growing :).
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    Is this normal?

    Hello, my drosera produced a flower than that split into two. Did anyone ever experience this? If so, is it common for them? Because i have not seen it before and i find it quite interesting! Here are some pics Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us Thanks!!
  13. Sorry for the loss of some nepenthes pics, i deleted them all from my flickr. I have not enough space, I dont want to upgrade to pro unless i really REALLY have to. More drosera tentalicious tentacles . Delicious unfurling of a new leaf from my baby drosera sp 'south africa'. This is my only sprouting out of the seeds i got!! Drosera sp 'south africa' by Aristoheliam, on Flickr And 2 leaves of Drosera nidiformis, i think. Drosera nidiformis by Aristoheliam, on Flickr
  14. Thanks Andreas! Glad u liked them, will take more photos soon, especially with my new neps coming in next month :) Richard - For heating, i have heard aquarium heaters helps a ton :). Regards Andreas