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Bladderworts. That was the name.

It is in the same family. So cool
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Bladderworts. That was the name. It is in the same family. So cool
Yes, you're right, Bladderworts it's Utricularia too. Butterwort is Pinguicula another family of carnivorous plants.
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Masdevallia decumana released her Cylon spy again He stuck his predatory nose out of the leaves, lurking, waiting for your hand to climb in ...



M. decumna is the highest, below it, in the second tier of M. hartmanii, with a lollipop flower, lower, on the first tier, M. nidifica. I deliberately donít remove dead organics so that the medium is not sterile and inert, let the microworld be enriched. Then Iíll release Daphnia there, so that they eat blue-green algae And here is the lollipop flower M. hartmanii. She released a new peduncle, I hope for right bristles



I did not expect such a surprise from Lepanthes delhierroi, second leaf I never saw similar on pleurotallids.



So-so berry from Platystele umbellata has brown color.



And my dear tiny violet hares Utricularia sandersonii jumps on the green lawn


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I really e not your posts and this project! Thank you for sharing.

I also feel like you personify youíre plants a lot and I do that as well. Or anthropomorphise, more accurately
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I also feel like you personify youíre plants a lot and I do that as well. Or anthropomorphise, more accurately
I think, that plant have mind. Their own way of thinking formed on their perception of reality. They are more ancient, and perceive the world in other categories, within this framework, they have their own mind based on environmental chemistry, pH, temperature, volume of water, winds, humidity, light. And we can understand this only like agriculture. But I think that they live as if they live to the touch with their tongues, focusing on the taste of the world in the first place. This is an older way of knowing the world from simple microorganisms.

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