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    No ssp. or variety needed for the gracilis. There are only two variations.. nigropurpurea, and typical. Yours.. is typical.
    Nice looking tank you've got going on there.

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    Update

    I was taking pictures yesterday for my own records, and figured I might as well update this a little bit.

    My P. 'Florian' keeps looking better and better! Here it is, enjoying a little blood-worm meal



    My N. aristolochioides with some coloration on the pitchers.



    A recent graduate of my terrarium and now hanging in the vegetable garden with my other larger nepenthes hybrids, N. alata



    close up



    Thank you all for looking!
    "The plants you grow, end up growing you."


    My Grow List:
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    They look great!

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    I don't update enough about things going well....



    D. pulchella x nitidula growing in a pot with my P. x 'Florian'


    N. (spathulata x spectrabilis) x albomarginata 'Sunset' (showing a liiiiittle of the albomarginata there!)

    (This one was removed from the terrarium for the picture)

    H. minor I got this summer, just chugging along, nothing spectacular yet.


    And lastly, the perpetually blooming, and ubiquitously growing, U. sandersonii (focus a little off)
    [COLOR="green"]


    (I have some others, but I didn't take them to put here, and I'm getting frustrated with editing out the vendor names on the ID cards. I'll have to retake those, so, more later)

    ---------- Post added at 08:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:15 PM ----------

    Okay, so, yeah, over view of my little terrarium...


    Close up of D. capensis, and there are a few D. filiformis 'Florida All Red' in there too, growing in the moss around my mexican pings.


    N. sanguinea's newest pitcher, which is pretty red, hiding in the back!


    Thank you for looking!
    -CJ
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    yeah after looking at your ping i am going to have to give them a try. That last photo of yours look great.

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    Pretty!

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    Where did you get the N. gracilis? I'd love to try one, just because it's little and not commonly grown.

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    Nice collection!
    -Josh
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