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  • Birthday 12/19/1990

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  1. I've seen a couple of ladybird larvae on my plants, feasting on the aphids Alot of flies, but less bees and wasps (and butterflies).
  2. The first one could well be a d. spatulata, but the differences between the 2 plants make me doubt they are the same species.
  3. Hi all, I have 2 drosera who have flowered and who's seeds are ready. The only problem is, I have no clue what kind of drosera they are... Here are some pics, hope they are good enough. pic of 27/03/2013 10/04/2013 the flower is pink (not so clear on photo) 23/05/2013 15/06/2013 23/06/2013 Drosera 2 pic of 27/03/2013 10/04/2013 15/06/2013 23/06/2013
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    Pleae help

    At first glance those look like the skins the aphids have shed. These are harmless, but the aphids themself don't seem to be visible on the photo...
  5. Welcome another member from Belgium here ;)
  6. In 1 word: Wauw More words: Amazing, awesome, one of the best pictures I've seen!
  7. Mine is producing a flower stalk as well. My D. spatulata is growing 2 flower stalks at the same time.
  8. Take in mind that te plant has probably lived in a dark box for a few days, this can cause a setback for the plant itself.
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    I'm not sure about the middle one, but the others look like D. spatulata to me.
  10. The last 2 photo's remind me of a mix of a flower bud with a normal trap But I have to agree with mantrid xD
  11. The trap is still sealed, but is starting to show some decay (a slight brown color around the edge) could it be an 'overdose' of nutrients?
  12. It was my post Wouter is referring to, the trap is sealed and is digesting. I first saw the closed trap the 21th of july, so it happened either that day, or the day before that.
  13. Very nice pictures! Looks like the tooth is going through the fly ^^