Rodrigo

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  1. Thank you for helping Gary, thanks to you and other friends i could identify other cacti whose pictures published here. In the first image we have a Opuntia leucotricha and Cereus hexagonus last one. It only remains to know the ID of the third and the fourth plant. Best regards, Rodrigo
  2. I will be grateful to anyone who can identify the following Cacti: Best regards, Rodrigo
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    I believe to be a P. rotundiflora. Best regards, Rodrigo
  4. Hi friends, this time I have a debt that is not mine alone, but almost every single Nepenthes growers in Brazil. It is as follows; many years ago (approximately 20 years) the cultivation of a call Nep was added N. x [mirabilis x gracillis]. The problem is that it does not look like this plant and the people here have concluded that the taxon was wrong and started calling it temporarily N. sp. "Spotted". So far so good, however it's been more than 10 years and no one has come to a conclusion about what the plants involved in the creation of this hybrid. To have no idea what I'm talking about,
  5. Friends, these plants are etiolated why were in a place with little sunlight while my friend's greenhouse is being built. In the new "address" they will gradually return to normal, so no need to worry about it. Now, back to the main topic of this matter; 1) Aymeric, really believe that this plant is just a esseriana that has gotten a little bigger than normal? 2) Never knew that P. jaumavensis be synonymous with P. esseriana. Where did you get this information? Best regards, Rodrigo
  6. Only for me to say two things about its cultivation; impeccable and wonderful. Best regards, Rodrigo
  7. Simply spectacular , thank you for sharing these photos with us . Best regards, Rodrigo
  8. Dieter, you were right, ie, the plant will still produce more flowers. The first i could not photograph it, but the second: And do not stop there, as she is forming two more flower buds. To my happiness is even greater simply just it completes its cycle leaving me some tubers. Ill wait to scour the substrate in search of them, but here is a question; where to store them so far to bury them again? Best regards, Rodrigo
  9. Hello members of CPUK, I'm more doubt and has your help to solve it. The thing is, a friend of mine for years cultivated P. esseriana, but a few months ago he received a gift of a plant with this taxon that simply ran away a bit of the characteristics of this species, since it is the same greater good. To get an idea what I'm talking deem a look at the photos below: He, like me, suspect that it is a P. jaumavensis, but would like the opnion of you about this before we closed it. So, what do you think this can be CP. Best regards, Rodrigo
  10. Here i am again friends and this time i bring you another adventure for another friend, but in the National Park of Chapada dos Veadeiros in the brazilian state of Goiás: Alto Paraíso - São Jorge (Chapada dos Veadeiros/ GO - Brazil) The topic is u little old, but before the beauties shown here believe that his being irrelevant, so i hope everyone to enjoy it. Best regards, Rodrigo
  11. Just awesome!!! Best regards, Rodrigo
  12. Daniel, the person who posted the pictures of Drosera in Chapada Diamantina told me he never saw the D. tomentosa var. tomentosa and D. sp. "Bahia" living in the same places we visited, however Paulo Minatel said be possible (i said possible) that a natural hybrid occurring between the two, since you managed to create an artificially in cultivation. This proves that these two species have a close enough parentage that would ensure them a successful hybridization. Best regards, Rodrigo
  13. Come share with friends in this forum the flower of a plant very common in Brazil, which is popularly called Jabuticabeira (Plinia trunciflora): Just a note; the taxon of this plant is still under discussion, as some assert that it should be called Myrciaria cauliflora and other Myrciaria trunciflora. Because of these inconsistencies i decided to take a conservative approach and until this mess is resolved should call her mentioned by name at the beginning of this topic. Best regards, Rodrigo
  14. Adelae, i'm grateful for your concern for my carnivorous plant, but know now that that's OK with it. The accident she suffered right from the beginning has been overcome, so that she is fully developed and the proof and the amount of winged insects which are caught by this plant. Thanks again for your words, and if so, i wish you all the best for you and your culture. Best regards, Rodrigo
  15. After the troubles that have suffered with my brave Droso (to know what I mean just take a look here), see this as the same: Detail of one of the new traps unfolding. Soon she will be able to capture winged insects. As you can see it is fully recovered and, despite the behind in development, there is still bringing me much joy. Until next time friends. Best regards, Rodrigo
  16. Wow !!! Their plants are a true perfection Dalibor, sign that you are a great grower . Congratulations and success in its cultivation . Best regards, Rodrigo
  17. For those who have a special admiration for brazilian Drosera, i left below a link to a topic from a friend who is always visit the Chapada Diamantina in Bahia - Brazil: Drosera in Chapada Diamantina/ BA - Brazil Until next time and stay in peace. Best regards, Rodrigo
  18. Hello friends CPUK, a few days ago i posted a topic addressed in this room where the adventures of a friend in the region of Bonito/ PE - Brazil and now bring to you another story, but this in the brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte (RN): The lagoons of Natal/ RN - Brazil I hope you enjoy the topic and, therefore, to the next and be in peace. Best regards, Rodrigo
  19. Thank you for identifying this plant for me Gary, my friend (owner of this Araceae) will be very happy to finally know her taxon. Best regards, Rodrigo
  20. Hi friends of CPUK, here i am again with another request for help. The thing is; if possible could tell which genus/species belongs to Araceae below: Best regards, Rodrigo
  21. Hello members of CPUK, I bring to you an adventure of a friend in search of orchids and carnivorous plants in the region of Bonito (Brejo Pernambucano)/ PE - Brazil: Bonito/ PE - Brazil There, in addition to the specimens described above he also found something that resembles Lichens and many native bromeliads. I hope you enjoy the topic and, thus, to the next and be in peace. Best regards, Rodrigo
  22. Beautiful pictures, apparently hybrids inherited the best characteristics of plants that generated them. Congratulations and success in its cultivation. Best regards, Rodrigo
  23. Simply magnificent!!! Best regards, Rodrigo
  24. Welcome aboard. Best regards, Rodrigo
  25. Simply spectacular, really this kind of Drosera is very beautiful. Until next is successful in cultivating it. Best regards, Rodrigo