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    Agristarts has N. sanguinea. They do not have N. madagascariensis. I saw N. madagascariensis once about 8 years ago from Nurseryman's Exchange but have not seen it since.
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    Ive seen several pics of N. sangunea(at varing ages) and it seems like its a really close match.
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    That "N. sanguinea's" pitchers seems to squat though Maybe If you got More up close pictures?

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    Ill see what i can do for more pics..
    So what are we calling the ping??
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    oh yeah and guys if you look at the pitchers they have the wings but neither of my other 2 ventratas have them.
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    I know that many Nepenthes pitchers lose the wings as they produce intermediate and upper pitchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tony Paroubek @ May 12 2006,3:53)]Agristarts has N. sanguinea. They do not have N. madagascariensis. I saw N. madagascariensis once about 8 years ago from Nurseryman's Exchange but have not seen it since.
    Yes, they were so common at nurseries, I always thought I would nab one sometime, lol. Have not seen any in years, as Tony mentioned.
    Bummer.

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    Joe

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