I recently had a nice combination of access to a decent digital camera plus somewhat healthier plants than I've had in a while so naturally I combined the two and here we go:
this one was is descended from one of my first neps. It was a basal that snapped off during repotting and then the main plant died of root rot (I suspect). Despite the rust (or whatever that is on the leaves), I like this little raff and its will to live
D binata "extrema" snacking on some gnats and car hair
S "Daniel Rudd" (I hope-that's what the auction said it was). New addition to the collection
I received this N Red Leopard last summer/fall and put it in the window. Nothing happened. When my plants started dying off on me, I took a cutting of this plant and put the cutting in the LL tank and left the other in the window. These are the cutting's three pitchers-the parent plant has not pitchered once but continues to grow steadily in the window
I love this one! S psittacina that happened to have a spider on it hamming it up for the camera
The last few are replacement plants for some that died between waking up from dormancy until I discovered that the "purified" water from the machine was actually quite hard.
S leuco "tarnok"
My favorite of my sarrs...S. minor