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    I believe Nepenthes #2 is N. boschiana of some sort. Here is a link to a picture of one that looks exactly like yours.

    http://www.exoticplantsplus.com/NboschianaPics.htm

    Also here are some N. sanguinea that do not have the hair like features on the lids like the Nep. in your picture.

    http://www.exoticplantsplus.com/NsanguineaPics.htm

    I could be wrong but I have both Neps. and the N. boschiana has hairs just like your picture. In fact they look very similar. Mine is a little smaller.
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    i believe number 1 is indeed hookeriana
    number 2 is sanguinea as well im sure of it. Frilleon, those hairs are typical on young pitchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S_Oregon_CP View Post
    I did not know there was a green form. Nice! I thought it was just light deficient at first. Its pretty cool looking. Does anyone have pics of Red and White ones? My Capensis is flowering right now big and pink. They can be selfed right?
    They self themselves. If it flowers you'll have seed regardless of whether you want any or not.
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    You my be right. I'll take a picture of the two small ones next to each other and post it so everyone can see I'm not crazy! The sanguinea looks nothing like what is pictured in the Nepenthes #2 photo. I'm not saying your incorrect. I'm just saying the N. boschiana from my collection looks more like it then the N. sanguinea from my collection.
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    I really doubt it's N. boschiana. I've seen some N. sanguineas that look really different, Dark reddish and dark red peristomes. Plus, it's a fairly young looking plant, so it would have hairs on its pitchers. Edit: Also, the spurs, leaves, wings, and the new undeveloped pitchers look just like my sanguinea. Besides, if these came from a local nursery, I don't think they'd get N. boschiana.
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    I'm not an expert so I could be wrong. Anyway here is the link to the photos I was talking about.

    http://s284.photobucket.com/albums/l...view=slideshow
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    Thanks for all the replies.

    Do both droseras have the same exact ID even if they don't have the same colors? One is white and the other is red. Hehe sorry for the poor photography.


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