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    N. ampullaria x talangensis

    had this one since just b for i started my lowland terr. about a three weeks now, its growing like crazy , I kept it under a bell jar till now, it did Ok
    but its really happy in here .
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    Hairy Baby.
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    And his new brother.
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    grea plant! it looks nice! so is it easy to care for?

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    It does look good! So you think it likes lowland better?

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    I like amps and talang is such a cute little HL'er. It'll be interesting to see how it grows best in what conditions. I wonder if it'll do the carpeting thing like a true amp, one of my fave aspects of amps is the carpet-o-pitchers on established plants.

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    Looks happy.

    I got some of these from the supplier but the plants I received look like pure red N. ampullaria to me. You will find they are no longer available due to the uncertainty of the plants.
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    Those wee pitchers are adorable...You've got a beautiful plant!

    I read that these guys can do well in both highland and lowland conditions which would make it an intermediate. I'm wondering whether it might prefer higher humidity to thrive, though...That would make sense considering its parentage.

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    does anyone have some pics of their species ampullaria, to compare to this crossed hybrid , im now concerned that i got a pure amp ,and was thinking of getting the species amp, to go with my cross, ive been looking at the cp photo finder , I think mine does look a little different but im no expert.

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    Yours does have a dif shape than a standard adult amp but then it could be shaped that way due to being a young plant yet.

    My N. amp "Harlequin" is just inflating it's first pitcher in my care now and it's a young 4" plant but so far the pitcher is far squatter and more triangular on mine. I'll PM you a pic when it opens, right now it's just inflated to a 1/2" or so.

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