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    Nepenthes 'Maxima x ?'

    Got it off ebay 3 years ago and can't dig up the history. I know it has some Maxima in it though.



    When it was younger:


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    Let's positive thinking! seedjar's Avatar
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    N. maxima x ventricosa? Looks like it had at least one tubby parent.
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    Hear the Call of Nepenthes carnivoure12's Avatar
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    Burkei or Sibuyanesis? Whats the origin of this plant?
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    I think you're right seedjar. Looks a lot like the N. x "Red Leopard" and that sounds familiar so I believe it is this.. Thanks!

    ---------- Post added at 03:05 AM ---------- Previous post was at 03:04 AM ----------

    origins unkown. Plus the ventricosa would explain why it acclimated to 0 humidity and is still going at it.

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    n. x gothica?, (n. maxima x n. sib)? i see them on there every now and then

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    looks like a red leopard to me...

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    Judging by the second picture I would say it is actually some sort of Pinguicula.

    N. Red Leopard is my guess, too.

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    ill change mine over to red leopard too, my gothica finally put out a pitcher

    n. gothica


    and they dont look alike so id stick with n. red leopard if you havn't picked already

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