Hello friends, did anyone know him?
N. thorelii? or N. thorelii x viking? or other thorelii hybrid?
Any comments will appreciate. Thanks~
an old pitcher
another new pitcher
and his lid
Oh my! the peristome has a very nice red blushing near the lid! Nice plant and nice colors
<Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
<Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.
hello duckking. nice plant, im not sure if your a member of pitcherplants forum, but there was a topic on there discussing N. thorelii, and that the real plant is not in cultivation, and if it were no one knows about it....
most of the hybrids seen commonly with this as a parent are in fact N. bokorensis.
Hello~ kindly SirKristoff,
Thanks for you info. It's really helpful.
I saw that topic on the pitcherplants forum. You mean this one, right?
Topic: N. thorelii hybrids
Woo~ That was very very long discussion ! I just gave up to read them finish.
But I know the true N. thorelii is just a dry specimen now.
So~ Although we don't know his name, but he is still a beautiful nepenthes.
Thank you very much my friend.
There is a listing on Ebay for a nepenthes called a Red Dragon that looks exactly like this. I hope I am not breaking rules by posting this link ...http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...ayphotohosting
It says it is a N. thorelii x truncata
The cool heathen chick