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    Nepenthes Pollen Wanted

    Hey all, I'm going to need some pollen for my female maxima (Sam Estes Clone CO225). Just noticed the inflorescence today so, there's still plenty of time. Standard 50/50 split on seeds.

    Thanks !

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    I've got fresh N. Gothica, (spectabilis X mira), Song of Melancholy, (thorelii X aristolochioides), (maxima X [lowii x stenophylla]), and [(veitchii X lowii) X spectabilis]. Maybe others, I need to look. Let me know if any of those appeals to you.

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    Maybe the S.O.M. or the veitchii x (lowii x spectablis). Either of those would be nice. It's a particularly nice looking maxima clone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    Maybe the S.O.M. or the veitchii x (lowii x spectablis). Either of those would be nice. It's a particularly nice looking maxima clone.
    This particular Song of Melancholy is a solid red peristome clone, FYI.

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    Sounds like a winner to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    Sounds like a winner to me.
    Its this one....its a very solid, serious pitcher:
    [IMG]http://**************************************/2013/10/20131009-170841.jpg[/IMG]

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    If you want to try a second cross, I should be able to offer some spathulata pollen, if the timing is right.
    It might be interesting to see the reverse of the usual (spathulata x maxima).
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    All I've got at the moment are N. x mixta and N. 'Miranda' pollen. Offspring would look similar, but backcrosses can sometimes turn out really nice....
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