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    4 or 5 inches, I'd guess....It's an upper, so I'm going to have to wait for a basal shoot to get a shot at seeing the lowers.
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    I've got a lower pitcher coming on my cutting that's about the same size, maybe bigger. The new leaf on my cutting is VERY large, about 7 or 8 inches. Compared to my other Ile de France cutting, it's a lot redder pitcher too, despite being on the same shelf. I'll get a pic up tonight even though it's not open yet.

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    Here they are. First, the cutting from emesis, which I see today is going to open up tonight or tomorrow. It's just starting now:


    And here's the other one I got from Sam Estes in Hawaii. Its first pitcher opened a couple weeks ago:



    Emesis' clone seems much redder. These guys are 18 inches from eachother. They both appear to be lower pitchers.

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    Thanks for the pics Capslock. Heh, the only pitcher that present on one of my N. 'Ile de France' plant is 1/2 an inch tall and it looks somewhat mutant. It's nice to see what a full-sized pitcher looks like.

    Maybe next time I'll wait for the Nepenthes to pitcher before lowering the humidity.

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    Here:
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/schloaty/ise%20de%20france%201.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/schloaty/zoom%20ise%20de%20france.jpg[/img]
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    Thanks for the pics schloaty. I await for my plant to form large pitcher.

    How much humidity do you guys give it?

    Also, make sure that the plant is labelled N. 'Ile de France'.

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    Emesis, mine lives open air in my living room. We've had a great, humid summer here, and I'd guess the humidity has been 50-80% most of the time. Here it is, opened up:


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    Emensis, mine came from Snowy Falcon labelled as 'Ile de France,' and I have no reason to question it so far.
    My plant is growing in very high humidity right now, and lowland conditions, for lack of anywhere else to put it. Seems to like it so far!
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