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    Olbrich Botanical Garden, Madison, WI

    I stopped in there today, while I was in town visiting family. I heard they had a CP display going on through Jan., so I had to see what they had. Wasn't too impressed, the Nepenthes looked pretty good, and most of the Sarracenia were in pretty good shape, considering the time of year. I saw a Darlingtonia that looked as if it was a recently purchased death cube. They had some Utrics in an aquarium with a magnifying glass, but we were there late in the day, so it was dark, and their lighting was poor. Not sure the ID's of the Nepenthes, as they're not my forte', I think you can make out the tags on some of them.








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    Those are GIANT AMP PITCHERS. O.O

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    It looks more like x kuchengis(this person obivously dosen't know how to spell). OHH, I get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ieat100s View Post
    It looks more like x kuchengis(this person obivously dosen't know how to spell). OHH, I get it.
    Aww, theres nothing to get. I didn't mean it like that. :l
    Those are really big NEPENTHES ampullariana pitchers..

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    Well, that isn't ampullaria. Ampullaria is more ampul-laria ish.

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    Looks like the tropical plants are faring better than the temperate ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ieat100s View Post
    It looks more like x kuchengis(this person obivously dosen't know how to spell). OHH, I get it.
    ampullaria x mriabilis. or N. kuchingensis. correct.

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    Apples(ampullaria) looks like that?Amp should be like that "O" hehe

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