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Dionaea 'Charly Mandon's spotted'

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Looks like someone has been hacked to death in them.

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Hi,

Yes I still have this plant.

Just a quick update.

I found my plant in amongst a few thousand vft ex tissue culture.

I have been growing and testing this plant for over 5 years now.

I did place it in vitro by seeds and by plant material. The seeds did germinate and I was successful with the plant material. Unfortunately I mixed them by accident. I have just planted some out and it is too early to tell if they have the patches yet.

I did email some pics to Pete yesterday. I think he is going to post them.

Geoff

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Hi,

The patches appear on all the traps. In the picture the traps without the patches are new growth and they color up as they mature like a normal vft.

Geoff

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Karl.

They grow the patches all growing season.

Geoff

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Hello

I'm speakless thats so a beauty exists in the southern hemisphere since so much years. I thought spotty where the once one.

Very beautiful plant geoff.

I wonder if they don't find the way to the northern hemisphere, but i think you don't sell them in australia?

I'm dreaming what can happen if you cross them with other spotted plants like spotty or charly mandon's spotted.

These crosses must be very interested.

Geoff thanks for telling.

Bye Thomas

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5 years, and like thomas said pla,nt don't find the way of north hemisphère, fortunatly we have spotty and charly mandon spotted.

Beautiful plant.

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Looks like someone has been hacked to death in them.

Very true, therefore perhaps the plant can be renamed to 'Charles Manson' instead of 'Charly Mandon'? :suicide_fool-edit:

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Very true, therefore perhaps the plant can be renamed to 'Charles Manson' instead of 'Charly Mandon'? :smile:

:lol:

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Five months later ... some news of my own spotted clone .

Dionæa 'Charly Mandon's Spotted'

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A young trap

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Leaf cutting : stable !

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Yes, I really love that clone too!

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Wow! That's amazing!

Next thing to add to my list of wants ;)

Thanks for posting!

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Guest Andreas Eils

It seems to have blushed because of all the enchanted views and compliments. :sweat:

Andreas

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