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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Great peristome on the alata upper. And the tentaculata rivals Mato's in tubbiness.
    Mat's plant and my plant are from the same batch. It's by far the most stunning variety of tentaculata that I've seen. That pitcher opened up in between 2 pots and got a bit compressed but the next ones should develop normally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraev View Post
    Amazing plants and a great variety to boot. Love your N. glandulifera, tenuis, Edwardsiana and others. What kind of lights do you use...T5??
    Thanks. I do use T5's, 4 tube fixtures. 6500k on the cool spectrum and 3500k on the warm.

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    Cephalotus follicularis - Typical


    Cephalotus follicularis - "Hummer's Giant"






    Pinguicula hemiepiphytica


    Genlisea lobata x violacea




    Drosera menziesii ssp. menziesii Recovering nicely after the freeze.


    Drosera purpurescens




    Drosera cistiflora


    Drosera graomogolensis


    Heliamphora uncinata


    Heliamphora sarracenioides


    Heliamphora sp. nov. Angasima


    Heliamphora nutans - "Giant"


    Nepenthes singalana x hamata "Red Hairy"


    Nepenthes lowii x ephippiata


    Nepenthes eymae x (stenophylla x lowii)



    Nepenthes fallax


    Nepenthes gracilliflora


    Nepenthes tobaica


    Nepenthes hamata - BE #3495


    Nepenthes muluensis


    Nepenthes stenophylla - Bareo


    Nepenthes edwardsiana - Seed Grown - Mt. Tambuyukon



    Nepenthes tentaculata - Mt Kinabalu


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    Great update how come you use stenophyla and falax

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    Because one came to me as a seed grown N.stenophylla and the other as a tissue cultured N.fallax.

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    Really curious to see how the N. fallax compares to the stenophylla in the end. Great update all around, Johnny. After seeing a petiolaris dew in person yesterday, the hook is dangling ominously close..

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    There are already some noticeable although not dramatic differences between the 2. So far the fallax is much more hairy and less glanduliferous than the stenophylla. Could just be normal variation or the age of the plants, time will tell.

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    Is the fallax a wistuba clone?

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