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    tough to say.. Those appear to be immature pitchers from side shoots and/or basals, so it could be almost anything.

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    Pretty sure you have some type of N. gracilis there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by carnivoure12 View Post
    Pretty sure you have some type of N. gracilis there!
    mmm... I could see that. But I wouldn't say anything 100% until I see some pitchers higher up on the plant.

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    I agree, N. gracilis.

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    Oh, it looks like it XD thanks guys!

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    The pitchers of N. gracilis stay pretty much the same size and shape, even as the vine gets longer, those look like mature N. gracilis pitchers to me. Also the leaves and carpeting growth habit that N. gracilis exhibits is apparent in the photos.
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