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Hi friends CPUK, below are some pictures of my culture:

D. burmannii

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D. burmannii - Close

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D. burmannii - Flower

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N. x (alba x rafflesiana) var. "nivea 1"

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N. x (alba x rafflesiana) var. "nivea 1" - Close the pitcher

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N. x Wrigleyana = N.mirabilis x (rafflesiana x ampularia)

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N. x Wrigleyana = N.mirabilis x (rafflesiana x ampularia) - Close the pitcher

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S. psittacina

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S. x areolata (leucophylla x alata)

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For now that's all. On another occasion post photos of other plants.

Best Regards,

Rodrigo

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Thank you for your comment Daniel, i wish all the best to you and your cultivation.

Best Regards,

Rodrigo

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great Rodrigo, look forward to seeing the next instalment :)

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New update:

D adelae - Clones 1 & 2

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B. liniflora

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D. capillaris

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N. alata - New Pitchers

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P. "Aphrodite"

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P. gigantea on a substrate composed of 50% vermiculite and 50% sand

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Seedlings of S. leucophylla

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Seedlings of S. rubra ssp gulfensis

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D. scorpioides - Clones generated from gemaes

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U. reniformis and seedlings of D. intermedia

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Until next update friends.

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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Thank you for the compliments friends, I wish all the best for you.

Now a quick update:

D. indica

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This plant was born in vase of pigmaea as part of the substrate of the vase came from a failed attempt to germinate seeds of D. indicates there are exactly 10 months ago :shock: . The seeds withstood aa sterilization with hot water and all kinds of inconvenience for just now (last month) give the air of grace.

P. primuliflora

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A new resident of my house, acquired the Orchid MV. The best part is that she's with at least three changes at the tip of the leaves and if all goes well they already have the right destination, but do not know if I leave there or I separate sheet and put in a vase aside for ending its development . And so does anyone know the answer?

P. gigantea

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My little giant tried to cultivate it and a mineral substrate, but it seems that the plant did not like it much. I ended up choosing to go back and put it in a vase with Sphagnum + Sand and seems that she liked it. Another time I try to do it a few cuttings and seedlings are able to return to the experiment of growing Pings on a 100% mineral substrate.

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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Thank you for the comment Tuco, as the hobby is evolving'll update this gallery.

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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Thanks for the post Siggi, i wish all the best to you and your cultivation. Good, now follow more an update of some of my carnivorous plants:

B. liniflora - Flowering view

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I would not post a picture of this plant, but as she is about to bloom I decided to share this special moment with you guys :sun_bespectacled: .

Dionaea muscipula "Typical"

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After losing my two Dionaea muscipula "All Green" (double / triple flowering of both eventually exhausting them irreversibly :wall3: ), here i am again trying to cultivate a plant of this genus / species. I will do everything possible and impossible not to repeat this with CP the same mistakes I made with the other two :wink: .

P. esseriana

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This "little beauty" needs no introduction, since many consider one of the most beautiful species of Ping. As might be expected, while she settled on the substrate, i just "dropping" a sheet of it :suicide_fool-edit: , but I took and made a leaf-cutting that it seems stuck :biggrin: . Apparently in a few weeks I will have a beautiful clone of this plant .

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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New update of my image gallery:

P. x "Wesser"

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P. x "Sethos"

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P. moctezumae x hemiepiphytica

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P. gigantea

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N. mirabilis "Hot Lips" (at the left) e N. gracilis "Marron" x "Green" (at the right)

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N. khasiana x ventricosa

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N. sp. "Spotted"

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N. "Arakawae Red"

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New update:

D. capillaris e D. filiformis " Florida Red" (Washington County, Florida, EUA)

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My capillaris, daughters of the seeds i received from a friend for more than nine months ago and a pleasant surprise; still remains one D. filiformis "Florida Red" (Washington County, Florida, USA) I thought I had lost. I ended up getting seeds of the same species (already germinated), but no location. Apparently I still had one more card to play, if you know what I mean. The D. capillaris flower stalks and are launching soon reap the first seeds of this species of CP :dance4: .

U. longifolia

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These PCs are grown from seeds that another friend sent me 4 months ago, notice how many germinate. It took about 30 days to birth and after 3 months, and are a good size. I may be wrong, but to me they evolve faster than Drosera born about the same time, now why this does i have no idea :dry: .

N. x [gracillima (or alba) x rafflesiana] x maxima

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At the end of last year, i got some seeds from a hybrid of Nep, and about 40 of them, only 4 germinated (after 30 days), but this only survived being with me for exactly 5 months. I hope I can keep it alive until adulthood, because I'm dying to know what will be the final form of his "pitchers" :biggrin: .

P. lusitanica

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These PCs are my infatuation, and as you can see, after a few mishaps I think that now i hit my hand and i can tell you that they go very well thank you. I'll wait another month to be able to replant in a larger pot itself so that they can develop further, and leave everything aesthetically more organized :Laie_97: .

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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Here another update:

P. agnata

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P. cyclosecta

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P. moctezumae x 'Weser'

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After these acquisitions believe that i am in the process of becoming what we call in Brazil pinguiculeiro :laugh2: .

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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