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RE: Some other spontaneous stuff

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Posted by: Slaytonp at Wed May 23 10:49:55 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Slaytonp ]  
   

That's what it looked like to me at first, too. However, it had no green foliage what so ever, no true stem, and was very watery and fragile like one of the Utricularis (Orobanche or the like.) On close inspection, it didn't have an orchid-like structure at all. The Utricularis that I have seen in the wild are parasitic on desert plants, so it made no sense that it was in a tropical vivarium. They are also usually brown or purple No one in the terrarium forums could help me, either. I keep hoping it will come back some day. It lasted only a couple of weeks.
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D. auratus blue, auratus Ancon Hill, galactonotus orange, galactonotus yellow, fantasticus, reticulatus, imitator, castaneoticus, azureus, pumilio Bastimentos. P. lugubris, vittatus, terribilis mint green, terribilis orange.


   

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