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    Ok, folks, this is from ABG. The only info I have on it is that it's a highland nep.



    17 Nash Rd.
    North Salem, NY 10560

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    ABG?... i have no clue...its a hybrid though. very pretty.
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    ABG = Atlanta Botanical Garden.
    17 Nash Rd.
    North Salem, NY 10560

    YOU! Outta my gene pool!

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    There was something bout a plant looking slightly like that on CPUK. They said it might be a N. sanguinea x ramispina. Yours does look like it has something like that in it.

    Here's the topic: Nep

    The topic isn't about the nep, but the nep in question is the black one, the 6th pic. Sure the nep doesn't look much like yours, but yours does seem to look a lot like N. sanguinuea, or maybe N. macfarlanei, and the absence of wings on your plant looks like N. ramispina. Plus, there's some dark coloring on your plant.

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    ah now i see it! it looks alot like it has Ramispina in it... if these are uppers...search for N. ramispina uppers. the uppers of ramispina do have a lot of color in it but not as much as the lowers. there is more green in the uppers.
    3rd pic down
    but yours has spots on the inside of the pitchers...
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    Now that I look glider's pic, yours really does look even more like a N. ramispina. But like glider14 said, yours has spots, which I think is N. sanguinea.

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    but sanguinea doesnt have uppers like that.
    combined = Ramispina x Sanguinea
    ah thats moe like it
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    I meant "which is why I think it's sanguinea x ramispina." lol.

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