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Triphyophyllum & pre-carnivorous plants

Triphyophyllum und pre-carnivorous plants like Brocchinia, Catopsis, Ibicella, Proboscidea, Roridula and others.

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  1. Roridula gorgonias bestäuben?

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  2. Pameridea-Wanzen - Unterschied

    • 5 replies
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  3. Moose insbesondere Sphagnum sicher bestimmen

    • 3 replies
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  4. Brocchinia reducta blüht

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  5. Rhododendron javanicum

    • 4 replies
    • 1,731 views
  6. Bromelien ?

    • 2 replies
    • 898 views
  7. Wanzen bei Roridula. Woher?

    • 5 replies
    • 1,404 views
  8. Mimosa pudica wirft viele Blätter ab

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  9. Roridula verliert Klebekraft

    • 15 replies
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  10. Stylidium mit Pfeilen...

    • 10 replies
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  11. Räudig! 1 2

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  12. Roridula gorgonias Blüte

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  13. I. lutea-Sämlinge tauchen auf - was nu'?

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    • 704 views
  14. Torfgränke- Erfahrungen und Vermehrung

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    • 6 replies
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  15. Siegesbeckia

    • 0 replies
    • 731 views
  16. Roridula Anzucht

    • 7 replies
    • 938 views
  17. Roridula: Düngung als Wanzenersatz?

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  18. LED Licht und Pameridea

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    • 3 replies
    • 1,472 views
  19. Proboscidea / Ibicella lutea

    • 0 replies
    • 1,044 views
  20. Roridula Gorgonias

    • 10 replies
    • 3,169 views
  21. Gladiolus palustris

    • 2 replies
    • 737 views
  22. Polygonatum hookeri Zwergsalomonsiegel aus dem Himalaya

    • 4 replies
    • 1,121 views
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