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    Sarracenia ID

    This is my friend's Sarracenia. What could it be? At least let me know what Sarracenia hybrid. Thanks.

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    alata x leucophylla?

    It looks like it has areoles, but they're VERY faint. I wouldn't think it'd be an F1 cross between alata and leucophylla. It may be crossed with something else as well or backcrossed with alata? It's hard to say. Do you know what the flowers look like?

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    It could be just about anything. There is definitely some leucophylla in there. Other possible contributors are purpurea and alata. A more mature pitcher would help and blooms would as well (if any yellow flowered species contributed to it there is a good chance the bloom will show that.)
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    It has red flower.
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    Any indication of yellow at all?

    For example



    vs.



    Notice that both are "red" flowered but the latter has a distinct hint of yellow giving it an orange-pink cast
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    Look more like the second one. But cannot confirm. May be next time take photo. Anyway I am going to label as S. leucophylla hybrid for the fair tomorrow.
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    Yes, leucophylla hybrid is probably best for time being
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    I see S. purpurea venosa in it. I also see leucophylla and alata. I'll check pic to see if anything matches it.
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