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    N. x "Mystery meat"

    Alright then, I asked for an ID on this hybrid before but it was difficult to tell what it was because the pitchers on the plant were not very well developed....Well it has made a pretty good pitcher now and hopefully someone will recognise it now......





    So....any guesses? Personally, it is looking like it has some maxima in it, but other than that I'm at a loss.

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    looks like it has some copelandii in it to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    looks like it has some copelandii in it to me.
    Hmmmm....I can't find any info on Maxima x copelandii hybrids.....although it looks a bit like some of the Maxima x alata pics I've seen....but the peristome isn't as developed as most of those.....Hmmmm....
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    i definetly 2nd the copenlandii

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    Straight copelandii. No doubt about it the one from Mt. Apo, as Mt. Pasian would have a bulbous base of the pitcher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clue View Post
    Straight copelandii. No doubt about it the one from Mt. Apo, as Mt. Pasian would have a bulbous base of the pitcher.
    I looked it up....it would appear that you are right, Thanks!
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