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Old 25th January 2010, 02:03 AM
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There's something between the rainbow! Can you see it?


Oh, Yes! It's a fly! Ha ha.

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Some flowers.


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wauh!!!! That is a lots of byblis!!!!
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Glistening fruits.


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My B. liniflora colony.


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Thanks for viewing and have a nice sleep!
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Very nice Lim! Wow, so many flowering Byblis! I just planted (transplanted) a bunch into shallow trays and then filled the remaining background with moss to try to keep the sand from splashing up so much and to add a little background color. Now, seeing yours I think it's better just to plant them really thick! These are only a week or two since transplanting but you can get the idea;









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Beautiful................
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wow...so many beautiful biblis, the main attraction to me is the dew that expand to the flower that no droseara has, another great suprise from lim
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Very interesting that the flowers also have the carnivorous parts. Are they unique with this? I don't think droseras have traps on their flowers right?

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