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Old 03-07-2021, 07:09 PM
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Wow just amazing!
Is that a 'String of pearls' plant behind and to the left of Pleurothallis prolifera?
Itís Peperomia prostrata, often called String of Turtles. It does great in terrariums and is all over my tank, although it doesnít want to root into that spot because the Spyra-covered branch is too dry.

One of my Holy Grail plants showed up today after a harrowing 7 days in the mail - Pleurothallis dressleri. It had lost half its leaves but I think itís gonna pull through, and the vendor will make it right if it doesnít. I had a special spot prepared for it:
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Old 04-20-2021, 12:13 PM
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Top down of my wild terrestrial area - I count 25 different species. The Centroglossa macroceras in the bottom left corner will probably open today, I can't wait!

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Jealous of that Pleurothallis. Has it bounced back? I love those, would love to keep one eventually.
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The Tarzane Group followed up with me and offered to replace if it didn't recover - they're great! But it went from 6 leaves to 11 leaves in the past month.
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Amazing work, congratulations beautiful project
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