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    Great lowlanders, mcnair! Lots of things we never see on here. Really like the baramensis.

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    Hey mcncnair, Great plants! I was wondering about your truncata x veitchii h/l and how long did it take to put stripes on? Or did it always have stripes?

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    well, i'm growing it in lowland conditions so I don't think it's a highlander, but maybe it has just adapted The plant was given to me by another TF member (Nepguy) as a rooted cutting and out of the two pitchers it has produced both have been striped, at least somewhat on the first and more heavily on the second. I would say the stripes typically appear about a day or two after the pitcher fully opens.
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    N. baramensis also has a different upper pitcher morphology, papery texture instead of leathery, doesn't secret as much nectar, etc. There's enough of a difference to classify it as a subspecies, maybe.

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    wow you have many neps im jealous , the . rafflesiana var. elongata/N. baramensis, is my fav here but you have too many to pick one cant wait to see them all get big and mean!!
    nice plants mason

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    Love all the amp clones!

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    'Very nice collection. I agree with Sundrew. It's fun to see all of the ampullaria varieties.
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    Mcmcnair, Wow those neps look fantastic! I can tell you plan to fill yourself with more neps eventually . Great growing and nice ampullaruia crosses, also that rafflesiana is looking great.

    I'll see you tomorrow!

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