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    first time ive ever needed help IDing a nep...lol

    im almost sure its N. x Ventrata, but its one of the plants from the earlier lowes rescue...It has finally chosen to pitcher for me lol.


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    Looks like a ventricosa. I've rescued two ventricosas from Lowes. It was in a death cube, right?
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    death cubeesssss lol. yes it was

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    I think it's actually a ventrata.

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    It looks like a ventricosa to me. At least it looks like all the ventricosas I've had when they had juvenile pitchers.
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    I think it's ventricosa. Its leave isn't ventrata-ish.
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