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Thread: N. gymnamphora for trade

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    Well I am intersted since well I like small intermediates and I have room finnally..

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    EDIT. take that back...
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    Hey Clint, you made a comment about my dried Gymnamphora a few days ago. Mine didn't look that much different from yours in terms of how it was growing. My leaves were slightly spaced out more, but looks very similar nonetheless.
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    Except the leaves were MUCH longer lol. That's the problem! This clone is too small.

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    Are you sure it's not the basals that are causing it to stop increasing its diameter? Mine came with a decent sized trap on it which it has since failed to replicate due to all the basals that sprouted up on it (the leaf size is also decreasing). I'm thinking of chopping it up and growing the basals separately because this plant pisses me off. It's all sideways and gangly-looking like yours. I figure chopping off the top might help the basals grow faster and might help the rest of the plant grow nicely.
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    Nepenthes has a point, I noticed that too on mine. Once the B's started, I started to get worried about this plant since the new leaves were getting smaller not larger. (always noted that as a sign of 'you're doing something wrong'). But that started along the same time when the 2 pups popped up around it.

    For mine though, I was thought it was the change in season for me. I couldn't produce highland temps anymore, then followed by the move that killed everything.

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    Nope. The basals are barely visible and just started growing recently.


    I wouldn't call it gangly...

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    If it does not pull through I may be intersted.... just wanted to say that again

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