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    Picture thread. Yay.

    I haven't been able to post pictures for awhile since my camera broke, but my brother let me have his, and I love it. It takes way better macro shots. Here ya go!

    N. sanguinea:


    Highland tank:


    N. spectabilis x aristolochioides:


    Latest pitcher:


    New, developing pitcher. I have high hopes for this one. :


    My favorite Nep as of now, N. inermis x bongso:


    Lastest pitcher. At first, they start as light red with a yellowish peristome, to dark, bongso colors:


    N. singalana, slugging along:


    Developing pitcher:


    N. ramispina:


    Latest pitcher:


    N. ventricosa 'red'. It's pretty beastly right now, possibly my second favorite nep:


    Latest pitcher on right:


    N. bongso basals:


    Cute little pitcher. :3:


    Took a cutting of the bongso since it was declining because of the basals. Does it look ok? I did the X cut at the bottom:


    Now the non-Neps:

    Ceph:


    Utrics take over very quickly:


    D. aliciae. I love this thing:
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    Beautiful collection capensis, you S X A is doing very nice, the pitchers on it are huge. Everything looks wonderful, your neps or beautiful. What type of utric is that?
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    Thanks Carn. It's U. dichotoma, bisquamata, and supposedly U. subulata as well.
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    Very nice pics! Love the ramispina and bongso.
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    nice stuff carn! ... I mean cap!

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    Great shots! That N. spectabilis x aristolochioides sure is impressive... very nice colors!
    -Joel from Southern California


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    cp-c you mean nice stuff capensis, not me
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    x-cut? tell me more! I have 2 ventrata basals, and like 4 amp. basals. (thanks dustin!)

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