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    looking great man

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    For my tastes it's the Veitchii K and the tm. Very nice, Kinjie.
    - Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabgabinou View Post
    Eymae x TM, very good and very interesting hybrid !
    Thank you and glad you like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewspaperFort View Post
    sorry looking back to page one that Seed grown N. lowii is one of the neatest looking nepenthes i have ever seen
    I really enjoy that species and am glad I'm able to grow it Barclay!

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    @Scott (jawn) thanks man.

    @Mark(Bluemax) I'm glad you like.

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    I gave my eymae x x TM to Mat for his birthday. Kind of wish I would've kept it now.. lol.
    Looks like great potential in the making. Nice plants..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    I gave my eymae x x TM to Mat for his birthday. Kind of wish I would've kept it now.. lol.
    Looks like great potential in the making. Nice plants..
    Thanks for the compliments Mass! I'm really starting to see why Eymae and TM are in soooo many crosses.

    I think with a giveaway like that you always have rights to go back to Mat and get a cutting when its ready.

    My birthday is coming up and man I really like that N. veitchii x lowii you have. I promise to give it a good home!

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    Just reading through your thread again, Kinjie. This time it's somewhat amusing to see the comments people were making in order to refute the authenticity of your N. hurrelliana. I have seen the lowers of the original plant this cutting came from, and I can tell you all that it is the true species as far as taxonomical descriptions go. The plant has the distinguishable hairy appendage under the lid, which is not something you will find on other species it could be confused with. The body does not look like fusca, but more mottled with longer wings, similar to maxima. The upper sides of the leaves, pitchers, and stem are covered in coarse indumentum. The rear of the peristome rises abruptly.. I didn't see the inflorescence, but everything else satisfies the morphological description, at least superficially.

    I'm all for the debate, but basing an argument on one picture from google images that compares one lower pitcher of three different species will not hold up. The same specious argument seems to be waged against the macrophylla in cultivation, excluding the obvious mix-ups that occurred. People have an idea of these superbly exaggerated morphological differences based on a few pictures that tend to circulate more than others. Phenotypic plasticity, epigenetics, mutations, it will all vary from individual to individual, particularly when the plant is in a different environment or grown from seed. What limited resources we have to work with should be taken from the literature, not exclusively cpphotofinder.

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