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    Please , I need some help.

    May somebody identify this plants? Thanks a lot!

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    Thanks a lot.
    Marcos Ono

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    The first pic looks like S. catesbei. Here's mine for comparison:



    The second one looks like S. minor. Here's mine:



    The 4th pic is an annoying sister and the 5th one is better off being identified by someone who knows what they are talking about!

    Nice collection, BTW!

    The third one is either S. 'Dana's Delight' or S. Judith Hindle:




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    You will probably never get a 100% certain ID on these plants but i'll make my guesses...

    1. Looks Like (Leuco x Purp) x leuco Jimscott: Definately not a catesbei, (Flava x purp), Marcos's plant has some leuco in it for sure at the least.

    2. Looks like maybe (Psit x minor) x minor Again, really hard to tell but it does have psitticenia in it for sure... This is not a S. Minor.

    3. It would be nice if you had a closer shot of the plant but from what i can tell it looks like a red colored moorei (Flava x leuco) This one is not judith hindle or Dana's Delight. It is too tall and too compact to be either of these plants. The lip on the plant is more pronounced and has a Flava dip in it.

    4. This one is the toughest to really make a guess on for me, I have to try (Purp x leuco) x flava It's easy to see that it has both purp and leuco in it but it's got a third parent im guessing as well based on how big the mouth is. It could be (purp x leuco) x oreophila too. It's also the one I liked the most!!

    5. You'll have to ask the nep guys about this one... Not in my league.

    Next time the sarracenia flower, post pictures of those too. The size and color of the flowers can be a clue as to the heritage.

    Hope this is at least a start, they are all very nice plants by the way!!

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    Thanks Steve!
    Your help will help me to ID other plants too.
    I will post the flowers next time( maybe next year).
    Thank you very much.

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    Nep looks like a young Lady Pauline or something of the sort, or another hybrid with Talangensis possibly, id need a better pic of the leaf and pitcher to tell for sure. or atleast get a good guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    Nep looks like a young Lady Pauline or something of the sort, or another hybrid with Talangensis possibly, id need a better pic of the leaf and pitcher to tell for sure. or atleast get a good guess

    Thanks for help me.
    This a photo of the pitcher.


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    Hi Marcos,

    That Nepenthes looks like a talangensis x maxima, or a maxima x talangensis - but not quite N. 'Lady Pauline.'
    "I'm just a scientist without the proper documentation."

    My Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=113724

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    im still swinging for Lady Pauline....th newest pitcher is starting to show that curve in the lower peristome, if its not lady pauline, its deffinitly a hybrid very close to it.

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