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Next week I'll have my next one, I hope traps will be so beautiful as yours

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Beautiful plants :woot: , many thanks for sharing the pictures on CPUK :thanks: .

Note: The last photo of the Darlingtonia would cultivar "Othello"

Best Regards,

Rodrigo

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Guest Andreas Eils

Buenas tardes Claudio,

no view from inside? :wink: (Like with the Ceph.) Anyway the "Darlings" look beautiful!

Saludos

Andreas

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Thanks for all your nice comments!

Rodrigo: No, the plant of the third photo is the same plant, but that photo was taken on April, whereas the first and second ones were taken on December.

Andreas: I had to kill that Cephalotus pitcher in order to take that picture, but I'm not sure if I would like to destroy a cobra, anyway, there's a picture "from the outside" of my Darlingtonia ;)

Regards.

Edited by Tuuagso

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Guest Andreas Eils

Hola Claudio,

yes, I can well understand that you feel uncomfortable to victimize a Darlingtonia pitcher for a splendid photo! :wink: I wouldn´t do it either except if I had several rich plants, so one cut pitcher didn´t hurt too much. :)

The view through the pitcher opening into the dome of doom is already quite nice! :thumbsup:

Andreas

Edited: Damn, another overseen typo! *argh*

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