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Thread: Unknown Sarracenia

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    Unknown Sarracenia





















    The older growth is more of a green color (guess it wasn't getting proper lighting from it's previous owner). The last couple of pitchers are a light orange color w/red veins. The outsides of the pitchers have a bit of a fuzzy appearance (short fuzzies). It looks like it should be at least part flava, just not sure what else.

    Anyone have an idea?
    Thanks for the help
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    rubra maby?
    Everything is explainable. The seemingly unexplainable is but a result of our insufficient knowledge.- Hans Brewer

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    yeah, either a rubra or alata pubescens

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    I was thinking Alata
    Sturgeon's Law:
    "Nothing is always absolutely so".

    http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=102021

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    Rubra ssp. wherryi is my guess.

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    now that I think of it, it does look like S. rubra ssp wherryi but the pitchers and the lid seems too stout.

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    If it is rubra, it'll be easier to tell once bigger pitchers open. It's got one at the moment that should open soon.

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    New pitcher is open and fully formed.










    The flies love this thing .. already 2/3 full with live flies, lol.
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