Looks like your spectabilis x hamata came in very good shape. They're going to pan out very nicely, I think.
Hype building 101.
Truth as Circe. Error has transformed animals into men; is truth perhaps capable of changing man back into an animal?
Your spectabilis x hamata has a really nice shape to it, and the coloration looks promising.
The winter growing Drosera shelf in the basement. Hibernating Cephalotus and european terrestrial orchids are also sharing the space for now. I was stuck using T8's for a while, just put them under some much better lights and started feeding them like crazy. Already seeing an advance in growth after less than a week.
Drosera peltata - White Flower
Drosera cistiflora - Pink Flower
Some pygmies full of gemmae.
Drosera paleacea ssp. leioblastus
Drosera omissa - Pink Flower
Drosera paleacea ssp. roseana
Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor
Heliamphora sarracenioides - Picking up speed nicely.
Heliamphora minor - Finally recovering after showing up completely shattered.
A root coming through the bottom into the water below.
Nepenthes x 'Miranda'
Nepenthes maxima x platychila
Nepenthes ventricosa x ephippiata
Nepenthes alata - "boschiana mimic"
Nepenthes diatas - Just recovering from "retard pitcher syndrome".
Nepenthes veitchii - Pink
Nepenthes alata - Spotted
Nepenthes maxima - Formerly eymae (Now BE Clone #2 I believe)
Nepenthes truncata - Pasian Highland
Bries robcantleyii just opened a very pale colored pitcher.
Nepenthes fusca - "Form A"
Nepenthes hamata - BE Clone #3380
Nepenthes hamata - AW Clone #4
Q: Did your N. naga come from a well-known CP personality in Eugene, OR?
No Paul. It came from Tony.
That is a seriously stunning maxima. 0_0