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    If they claim they don't even grow N. ventrata, then maybe it is indeed a N. ventricosa. I have much older plants of both N. ventrata and N. ventricosa and it seems to look a lot more like N. ventrata to me. When you're talking about young plants and mass-retail nurseries, anything is possible!

    Here's an older shot of my U. bisquamata, which has flowered for me:


    Here's the flowers for verification:


    Now compare that first shot with what you have. Then compare this shot from CPPhotoFinder for U. sandersonii:



    I think you're in luck if you were hoping it was U. sandersonii. ^.^

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    New Neps! I'm acclimating them with the plastic baggy method. My humidity is a bit low since I changed my setup, so I'm probably going to keep them in the baggies until I can get a little humidifier next week.

    Nepenthes Spectabilis x Aristolochioides


    Again <3


    Nepenthes Truncata "Pasian", Thank you Mass!


    Adorable little pitcher!


    No ID, it will be fun to figure out =)

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    I haven't been on here for awhile, so I thought I would post a short update.

    My N. Ventricosa/Ventrataish mystery plant has been very happy lately. If you have opinions as to what it actually is, I would love to know!


    N. Khasiana.


    D. Aliciae seedlings.

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    I decided to post some of my newer plants and updates on the others. I also recently upgraded my light to a 4 bulb T8 fixture with a better reflector than I had before, and bought better bulbs for it. I'm definitely pleased with the results.

    N. Ramispina.


    N. Ventricosa "Black Peristome".


    N. Truncata "Pasian"


    The increase in leaf size is really gratifying =).


    Sorry for the blurry picture, this one just opened its first pitcher for me. Any ideas about what it might be? I figured Ventrata, but both the pitcher and the leaves look very different from my other Ventrata, so I wasn't sure.


    N. Ventrata.


    Again.


    My first Heli! Heterodoxa x Minor, I love it so much ^_^.


    My first ceph. The two green pitchers are the first that it has formed in my care. I was terrified that I was going to accidentally do it in, so I'm pretty relieved that it appears to be doing well.


    P. Ehlersiae.


    P. Titan.


    D. Aliciae.

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    Wow
    Your ceph looks like it likes your conditions

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    Oh wow, nice job!

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    Very nice Looks like your sundews could use more light. You might consider puting them just a few inches from the lights (prop them up on a small box or something). That's how my D. aliceae is set up. It is robust with nice red color and lots of dew

    ---------- Post added 10-16-2011 at 12:05 AM ---------- Previous post was 10-15-2011 at 11:58 PM ----------

    Not saying your dews look BAD or anything, but they like a little more light than most of the other plants in your pics. They would look nicer and be more healthy and resiliant in more light.
    good growing!
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    My Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...29#post1089429

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    Thanks everyone =)

    richjam,
    The D. Aliciae is on a box outside of the grow rack, under the very edge of the light. I'm low on space, so when it got colder and I brought them inside they kinda got the short end of the stick.

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