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Variabilis photo
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I just liked this photo, so I figured I would share. Smile[ATTACHMENT NOT FOUND]
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Sweet pic.....Is that your variabilis? Highland or Southern?
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Nice...it almost looks in-situ.
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Azurel Wrote:Sweet pic.....Is that your variabilis? Highland or Southern?

Southern from Understory. Smile
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Venutus1 Wrote:
Azurel Wrote:Sweet pic.....Is that your variabilis? Highland or Southern?

Southern from Understory. Smile
What are the plants in that viv? It really looks like it is in situ like Phil said...I am about to start my Highland viv....Might have to use that pic as some insperation.....
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Azurel Wrote:
Venutus1 Wrote:
Azurel Wrote:Sweet pic.....Is that your variabilis? Highland or Southern?

Southern from Understory. Smile
What are the plants in that viv? It really looks like it is in situ like Phil said...I am about to start my Highland viv....Might have to use that pic as some inspiration.....

Hi James.
Thanks!
Actually, the plants are nothing fancy.
Spider plant is what you are seeing with some Broms mixed in.
The larger leaf plant in the lower part of the pic is Anthurium (sp?).

The spider plants grow tall and "reedy" in a viv. That makes them look different than what we are used to seeing in a hanging pot.
The spider plant needs to be thinned out every now and then, but its no big deal. I just hack away with the scissors.
I know spider plants aren't considered a very "chic" plant... but the thumbs love climbing on the long leaves.
And when they jump from leaf to leaf, the leaves spring and sway and they seem to like that.

btw. I have about 6 or 7 Northern/Highland eggs hatching as we speak. hint hint Big Grin
Todd
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LOL.....I have Highlands and you have one(male I hope?) for me already.....I am waiting on the Southerns.....I might have toget some of those I really like the look of that a lot.....
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Azurel Wrote:LOL.....I have Highlands and you have one(male I hope?) for me already.....I am waiting on the Southerns.....I might have toget some of those I really like the look of that a lot.....

Yep... he's calling for a bride every day. Smile
I can try to get a pic of him, but he is pretty shy.
(when ever your ready, no hurry - in cooler weather.)


BTW ...to anyone reading this...I am always looking out for any info on Variabilis natural history. feel free to e/m me or PM me if ya got anything, no matter what.
Thanks, Todd

'll try and get some pics of tads in various stages of development soon.
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Venutus1 Wrote:I just liked this photo, so I figured I would share. Smile[ATTACHMENT NOT FOUND]

Sharing is caring.... nice pic!
.Riko
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