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    N.truncate QUEEN OF HEARTS X KING OF SPADES

    Hey guys I have a very nice N.truncata Queen of hearts x King of spades BF seed grown for trade.
    This plant has very dark color to the pitchers " almost back" the plant is 5 inches across with 5 pitchers on it. The plant will be carefully shipped in its pot with no broken pitchers or leaves. I am looking for nice mature heliamphoras. Please PM me.

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    Just to let you know its now called N. robcantleyi QoH X KoS. Be careful though...there just was a war over wether or not it should remain cultivar status and we don't want to start it back up XD. They are nice plants indeed.


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    Any pics?
    Quote Originally Posted by lance View Post
    Just to let you know its now called N. robcantleyi QoH X KoS.
    I personally prefer the name the poster has used - it makes it clear what plant he's offering & based on discussions I've read, the new proposal may or may not be accepted ...
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    I was led to believe that the N. robcantleyi designation was a done deal......not that it matters to me one way or the other.

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