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After some months without pics, (because of the hard winter of this year which has made some damages).

Some pictures taken last week. :D

'Coquillage', front view

This is a very beautiful CV.

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'Coquillage', side view

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3pics of 'Tiger Teeth'

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A nice plant coming from Mirek Srba

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'Sawtooth'

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VFT coming from a seedlings of 'All Red'

I like the different shades of red.

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Sarracenia flava 'F27A' (Mike King)

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Drosera filiformis 'red'

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Sarracenia 'x Judith'

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Mike, thanks. I think that 'Tiger Teeth' has smaller teeth than 'Tiger Fang'.

For the King of Sarracenia, a picture :hi:

A fly which lays for the camera :yes:

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Drosera capensis, white form

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Red form from a seedling.

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Always 'coquillage'

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And some 'miniature form'.

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After months without posting pictures, here are the first of this year :P

'Trichterfalle' & 'Microdent'

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Red vft

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Who will eat last?

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A planter full of vft

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Floricanes of red dwarfs dionaea

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... and a third one!

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'Microdent'

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Here is an interesting seedling grown in culture in vitro.

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last vft somehow reminds me of the Alien's mouth (of the movie Alien). :P

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Thanks for your comments ;)

It looks like 'Fused Tooth' because "its mother" is 'Fused Tooth' (the "father" is 'All Red').

This plant is interesting because the teeth are more fused (somewhat like 'Fondue') and all traps have fused teeth.

From all the seeds that I harvested from this crossing, only two of them gave vft with fused teeth. Unfortunatly, I lost the second one.

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