# NDSolve gives only part of the path [duplicate]

I'm having a problem numerical calculating some separatrices to a dynamic model of housing price and supply. The interpolating function fails to be solved over enough values, resulting in truncated paths. I want paths over a wider range.

The differential equations are

sdot=((3.33502*10^-7)*p[t]^1.8-.036*s[t]);
pdot=(.059*p[t]-(4.2361*10^7)/s[t]);


The equilibrium point is

peq = 91300;
seq = 7864;


I find the separatrices by selecting points close to the equilibrium point. For example, the separatrix to the south east is found by solving for the path that goes through (seq+1, peq-1).

sepse=NDSolve[{s'[t]==sdot,p'[t]==pdot,s==seq+1,p==peq-1},{s,p},{t,-110,0}];


I use NDSolve starting at t = -110 because that path goes into the equilibrium point at t = 0.

I plot this with arrows using

ParametricPlot[{s[t], p[t]} /. sepse, {t, -110, 0},
PlotRange -> {{5000, 10000}, {50000, 120000}}, AspectRatio -> 1]
/.Line[s_] :> {Arrowheads[{0., .05, .05, .05, 0.}], Arrow[s]}


See below for the result plotted out (along with the other 3 separatrices), first by themselves, then, in a full phase diagram using StreamPlot.

To sum up, I don't understand why the intepolating function isn't over a wider range. Making the range of NDSolve bigger doesn't seem to help. Are the big and small numbers in sdot and pdot making this problem ill-conditioned? Something else? I want a solution to the path that goes at least to edge of the phase graphs below. • Related/duplicate: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/80331/4999 Mar 7 '17 at 20:18
• The interval for t in the linked answer would have to be enlarged a bit to get a long enough curve; WhenEvent stops the solution at the plot boundary. Unless there is some objection, I will mark this as a duplicate of the other. Mar 8 '17 at 12:11