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    Candy striped Veitchii k bareo?

    http://img32.imageshack.us/img32/1834/r6z5.jpg

    wondering if this beaut will be candy stripped!


    Opinions appreciated thanks!
    Last edited by CP4ever; 07-04-2013 at 11:42 AM.

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    Dont know much about neps but it looks nice. I love how neps look i think im going to have to give it a try and purchase one.

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    opinions appreciated !!

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    Are you asking if it's a N. veitchii clone K from Bario?
    Is it a TC plant, or seed grown? I would let the pitcher mature and color up. It may or may not be a clone K, but who knows, it may be even nicer.
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    I think the seller said its a SG
    Last edited by CP4ever; 07-03-2013 at 11:49 PM.

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    You can't have a clone K from seed. You can have seed from a clone K, but with the mixing of genes, things will vary. It's the same as a cultivar, which, in a sense, is what these lettered clones are. Your plant will be unique, and should not be called a clone anything. Call it "pretty seed grown N. veitchii from Bario."
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    N. veitchii (k) is the designation EP used for plants of a veitchii sib cross they released that exhibited striped peristomes, not a specific clone. Lots of them in circulation...

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    K is not a specific clone, it's merely a designation for a particular batch of seed. The K batch had more plants with striped peristomes than other batches although, like this particular plant not all are heavily striped.

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