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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    If it is that's a beauty!

    Double flytraps heads are a common on my 1 particular plant. Must be those Northern New York bugs. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]

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    Quote (nepenthes gracilis @ Oct. 18 2003,1:41)
    Is that an N. northiana on the bottom row? The third plant from the left?[/QUOTE]
    It is a N. x mixta superba that I received as a cutting a few months ago.

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    Yeah, sorry i didn't do a better job photographing all the unique and exciting plants there... i was too busy being excited and giddy.

    I believe i did see an N. northiana there, though. Didn't Matt have one?
    There's no 'a' in perlite.

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    Quote (Dave S. @ Oct. 18 2003,1:59)
    Quote (nepenthes gracilis @ Oct. 18 2003,1:41)
    Is that an N. northiana on the bottom row? The third plant from the left?[/QUOTE]
    It is a N. x mixta superba that I received as a cutting a few months ago.[/QUOTE]
    N x mixta superba is (N. northiana x N. maxima) so Dustin's got a good eye for his Neps....
    Dave's plant has better pitchers than the mother plant (round of applause please)!!!

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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    It stood out to me when I saw it. I was thinking a northiana hybrid as a second but it has to be one of most beautiful Nepenthes I've seen, the coloration is superb! (a) lol Man what I would do for a mixta superba!

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    Yeah, it's a very nice plant. I'm surprised it didn't place in the voting. Which, coincidentally, can be seen now in the 2003 Annual New England Carnivorous Plant Show report. Kinda funny that some of the categories (pings and utrics, anyone?) were shoe-ins. We MUST remedy that situation by next year, people!

    Congrats, Wild Bill, Schloaty, and John at the beach! (And Jeff and Matt, whom i think are too busy sweeping categories at plant shows to visit these forums.)

    And in a ironic twist i'm sure all here can appreciate, the pot of D. capensis took the honors over a 'Marston Dragon' and pot of D. adelae!
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