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    Question Unknown Nep

    I got a package of unknown misc Nep seeds last year and this plant is the only one that germinated. The only thing is that I have no idea what type it is? It is about 9 months old and is about 3/4" tall. Does anyone have any ideas on this one or is it still too young to id?

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    look at the leaves. they have fuzzy ends! only a few neps have those furry leaves...thats all i can help with though.
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    Way too young to tell - no mature features have developed yet. You're just going to have to be patient..... I hate being patient!
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    Yes way to young.
    Nepenthes seems to have different traits when very young.
    They may look like a hamata and 2 months later like a alata :P

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    i would guess N. Rafflesiana...since it's the only one i know to have furry leaves...

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