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    A few for the pro's

    First up, the nep..

    N. alata or N. ventrata.?? It was labeled as ventricosa, but I think the sender had it backwards.





    Now the pings..

    The tall one in front of the label..



    These 3 could be..



    Any guesses?



    How about these 4 bigger ones in the front?



    And now the dews.. I can't for the life of me remember who they came from.
    They either came from: thez_yo or yellowdart I think..

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    Pings: tall one in front of the label looks like P. gigantea. Can't see for certain. the diagnostic character is on the underside of the leaves. It is one of the few (only?) mexicans that have glands on the underside of the leaves. can barely make out what looks like glands.

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    yeah, it's a crappy pic I know.

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    That nep looks a lot like my Ventrata.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taliesin-DS View Post
    That nep looks a lot like my Ventrata.
    It was labeled as ventrata. But a few people said it looked more like an alata.. which was the other plant I got that same day, from the same person.

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    For the dews, does a trade involving D. spatulata or D. tokaiensis ring a bell? Those are the only 2 species those dews resemble- at least for the moment...
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