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    Sarracinia?

    Can you tell what it is yet? It goes a burgandy colour in the sun.

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    I'm guessing it's a form of flava.
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    flava hybrid. it may be flava x (purpurea x flava)
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    Quote Originally Posted by glider14 View Post
    flava hybrid. it may be flava x (purpurea x flava)
    Doubt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    Doubt it.
    And why do you doubt it? What is your suggestion? If you want to contribute to the thread and to help identify the plant in question, either make a suggestion or offer proof why another suggestion is not correct.

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    I don't see any purpurea characteristics and I've seen pics of flava x (purpurea x flava) and it doesn't look like that. I mean that I doubt the hybrid, not that it [I]is[I] a hybrid.. I'm sorry, I really can't use the computer today.
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    the fact there is a slight curvature to the pitchers tell me purp genes. the hood of flava(from the rim) goes straight up then at an angle. this plant has the hood going at an angle from the start with a very very slight vertical raise. and also that all pitchers face the rhizome they originate from.

    since flava x (purp x flava) IS a hybrid. you can have an extreme amount of genetic variation. you could have 2 DIFFERENT or same forms of flava and a form of purp. no two from even the same hybrid and seed set will look the same.

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    I guess your right. Idk why, but I have a feeling it has leucophylla because I see white speckling on the biggest three.
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