My dots at 15 weeks (starting to look right)


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Hey here are my plants at 15 weeks old.. they are finally beginning to take the shapes ect of their adult forms :-)

 

we will start with my D.Spatulata just because out of all of them these already look like their adult form

 

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then we will go onto D.Capensis although most are still small and normal one seems to have excelled ^^ so most the pics are of that one (you can see the little ones around him)

 

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this is of my "other" lot see how behind they are still

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Now comes my baby... lol its my fav one and is finally taking shape :-D I am soo happy with this one at the minute

its my D.Binata.

 

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plus my normal 2 for size reference

 

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Hope you like all the pics ^^

 

Matt

 

 

 

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Nice work, 15 weeks and already catching flies! :)

 

The next seeds I get will be D.binata, it looks great now that its taking its adult form!  My oldest are at week 7 I think and pretty much all look pretty much the same (D.capensis, D.tokaiensis and D.burmannii). D.regia is the only species I have that really looks any different at this age.  A couple of my D.intermedia have finally germinated though, so will see what they look like :D.

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Congrats.. My D.intermedia still hasn't done anything :-(

Am gonna get them indoors soon I think... Fingers crossed I have enough light Ect..

Yeah I didn't see much difference until like this lot of 5 weeks.. So you only have afew b4 they should start looking diff.. But they have been catching flies for a while now.. Some catch loads.. More than you are recommended to feed them indoors.. Which is odd...

I need some other species.. But will prob have to wait now till like jan/February.. That will prob be best..

Did you decide about the springtails ?

Matt

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Not yet, but I will probably order some from dartfrog.co.uk at the end of the month to test them out.

 

One of my non-carnivorous indoor plants has a colony of white springtails living under one of the pots, I managed to put at least ten into one of the seedling pots, but only one was caught by my biggest D.tokaiensis when I checked back later.

 

I've also been experimenting with feeding fish flake to some seedlings, seems it has to be removed after 24h or it will go mouldy, but the ones I fed do look noticeably bigger.  

 

Btw, are your D.binata or D.spatulata any particular cultivar/form/location or whatever?  Cant decide which D.binata I want to try, might try two types in one pot.

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Em not sure about the spatulata would have to look it up later...

But my binata is d. binata var. dichotoma or at least that's what the packet said..lol

Yeah I heard fish flakes work.. Havnt tried it yet though.. I may need to test it if I get desperate in the winter..lol

Matt

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