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    I would need to see an opened and mature pitcher.
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    I will keep up on photos concerning the pitchers. Thanks Mason
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    I have to disagree, the second nep doesn't look like rafflesiana, but beyond that I have no guesses. As for the third, looks to have veitchii in it. Can't really tell much more without a opened pitcher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Nep #1 is N. alata.
    I know this is asking alot, but does anyone have a truefire way to differenciate between N. alata, N. ventricosa and the cross between them, N. ventrata? or at least what to look for to make an educated guess? If Nep #1 is an N. alata then I know I have plants of all three (I thought I already did but I guess not) but it is like a matching game from name to plant. From what I can tell they are quite variable as it is. From what I have found so far N. alata is petiolated and "viney" and N. ventricosa isn't, and the pitchers of N. ventrata will have N. alata shape but N. ventricosa peristome. Is that true for the most part? LOL Like I have said, I hate not having tagged plants. If I am OCD about anything it is the certainty of species and having them labeled. Ya I know good luck. LOL

    Is Ping #4 possibly P x Pirouette?
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    I added another Nep for ID. I cannot find any info based upon what I bought it as.
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    here are a few pics of the open pitcher on Nep #3. Hopefully it helps in IDing it.


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    Looks like that must have some veitchii in it I think. It's super fuzzy and the shape looks right. I have an N. "riddler" (Spathulata x (veitchii x tiveyii) that looks very similar but has some more spathulata influence. Perhaps thats a veitchii x tiveyii or some other hybrid with either...
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    Ya, pretty sure veitchi in there somewhere. BTW N. bongso is doing awesome thanks again.
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