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    how do i know if my flowers (when i get them) are male or female?

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    Are we talking Neps. Or I guess a better question would be flowers of what?
    I always suspect everything could be a trap... thats why I'm still alive
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    You will have just a stamen and no anthers, or anthers and no stamen. Male/female flowers have both.
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    the anthers are what produces pollen and the pistil/stigma is the thing that is fat in the beginning gets thinner but ends in a small moist disk.
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    Talking Nepenthes??

    Flower pics from my website

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    neps, sarracenia, drosera, ult., venus fly traps, pings.

    once that get flowers.

    and thanks for the neps explaination photos tony, those are helpful.

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    Sarraceina, and most Drosera can be self pollinated, VFT can be, but the best result is to cross pollinate. Same with most Pings. Utrics can be most easily be reproduced through plugs(terrestial) and cuttings(aquatic).
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    most (if not all) sarracenia, drosera, ult., venus fly traps, pings
    are both male and female
    Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish-Euripides
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