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Thread: Some Sarracenia ID please

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    Number 4 is most likely NOT a judith hindle
    It looks nothing like one!
    I agree. It looks just like my moorei.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joossa View Post
    I agree. It looks just like my moorei.
    Yep and thats still my guess as for its ID

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    Back2eight: 1) is a minor or a minor hybid like my minor x alata.



    2) possible Leucophylla (since spring is just starting they will most likely not put its best pitchers.
    3) Flava. Maybe cuprea. on the left pitcher I see brownish color. Am I correct?
    4) agree with SirKristoff
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    Back2eight,

    I am not much on I.D.'ing Sarrs....
    But I really like #3... and #4 too! Nice looking plants.
    Common and inexpensive is how my collection proceeds too!
    Even now! Its the only way!
    Haven't heard from you in a while...PM me sometime if you like and have the time.

    Paul
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    But then, common sense isn't so common anymore, is it.


    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=113866

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    okay, thanks guys! I'm sure 1. is MINOR, as I've got others that are labeled that are opening pitchers and they look the same. 2. is not Tarnok I don't think, because the other tarnoks that I have are not showing any red. I would lean more towards 4. being the tarnok, but you guys think it looks more like a moorei?? I have those as well, but the problem is that they are still so small and these 4 plants are mature so I'm having a hard time placing them. Also, 3 doesnt' look all the way like a flava to me, so perhaps a flava mix?

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    Well for 3) maybe if you could provide more pictures or better pictures that way we could have a better guess. To be more accurate more detail pictures are needed. We are just assuming based on one picture.
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