Post by agustinfranco on Apr 23, 2007 4:12:43 GMT 7
It's interesting to see even how the delicate structure of the pitcher matches with the delicate preys it catchers. I wonder whether inermis has ever caught a giant roach or something like that. I'd bet the roach would escape the inermis trap, but not a truncata's
Walterg ..... I have not had the plant very long (less that two years). I got it from tonyp a while back and it has taken off and grown fast.
longor ....... It has been growing under highland conditions and yes, the fluid is sticky and viscous.
Robert ....... I'm not absolutely sure that it is an "eye spot". I usually recognize these as areas where the pitcher interior is missing the waxy epidermis. With N. inermis there is no waxy layer and the spot seems only visible in the right lighting conditions. I only noticed one but this would not be too unusual either. In the peristome picture you might also notice a circular discoloration on the interior of the pitcher just below where the lid attaches. I'll have a better look at it tomorrow but I am no longer surprised to find "eye spots" on any nepenthes.
"The difficulty lies, not in the new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones ..." John Maynard Keynes
has anyone done Photos of nep pitchers with UV lighting? I saw a documentary on insect, and how they see the world, and when they show what the insect see, including UV light, its like another planet. I wonder how bizzare the pitchers would look if we can see UV..
thatoneplantboi: Hey guys, I'm new to growing nepenthes, I'm getting a mini indoor greenhouse to grow them in. What kind of light should I use for them? Also, if you could provide a link to a product, it would be very much appreciated
Oct 5, 2017 10:16:29 GMT 7
borneo: Yes, they work superbly. But you don't need expensive lights, cheap ones work well too.
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mylesg: i havent checked in here for a while, why does it seem all the CP forums have lost their once strong activity? the trade/sale section used to be so active and now its a ghost town. where is everybody hanging out these days for a strong online CP community?
Dec 9, 2018 3:15:01 GMT 7
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Dec 26, 2018 0:23:13 GMT 7
lance: Everyone left the forums and moved to facebook groups.
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mylesg: i refuse to abandon this place, i am posting in my grow thread with many photos and always there to answer any questions just built new grow room and tons of pitcher shots!
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Dec 9, 2019 11:14:09 GMT 7
mylesg: just posted ton of new pics in my thread!
Feb 9, 2020 3:40:25 GMT 7
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