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    First one, I've never seen upper pics on the BE sp. 1 so if that's what the label meant, not sure I can help. However, it reminds me a lot of fusca thanks to the lid and neck shape, along with peristome color. #2 is sanguinea, #3 'Red Leopard' would be a very close match, so maxima x ventricosa or the reverse. Last one in that list looks like it has clipeata or a similar parent in it, owing to leaf shape/hairs/pitcher contours, but too much going on in that one to tell. I concur with Cthulhu138 on the last 2 in your second post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theplantman View Post
    I am glad this went well for you guys!! Very happy for those plants--you should put up the before shots!!
    I have some and will do a thread, but it's gonna take me a week or so, since I'm leaving on vacation in a few. I'll let you know.

    Thanks everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    First one, I've never seen upper pics on the BE sp. 1 so if that's what the label meant, not sure I can help. However, it reminds me a lot of fusca thanks to the lid and neck shape, along with peristome color. #2 is sanguinea, #3 'Red Leopard' would be a very close match, so maxima x ventricosa or the reverse. Last one in that list looks like it has clipeata or a similar parent in it, owing to leaf shape/hairs/pitcher contours, but too much going on in that one to tell. I concur with Cthulhu138 on the last 2 in your second post.
    The last one is probably fusca BE "Sarawak Red".

    http://webzoom.freewebs.com/trainxpr...es%20fusca.jpg
    http://www.exoticplantsplus.com/NfuscaSarawakBECR.jpg
    http://coloradocarnivorousplantsocie..._Nep%20016.jpg
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2424/...95d884d1_b.jpg
    Can see leaf detail in this one. http://www.grislygrotto.com/hcb/cfusca.jpg
    http://www.grislygrotto.com/hcb/afusca.jpg
    http://www.hawaiianbotanicals.com/im...thes/fusca.jpg
    http://img394.imageshack.us/img394/1273/dscn01499ai.jpg

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    Dave and I got most of the NOID and mislabeled stuff straightened out this weekend.

    #1 is a fusca of some sort.
    #2 is sanguinea x ramispina
    #3 is maxima x ventricosa or vice versa.
    #4 is fusca "Sarawak Red"
    #5 is reinwardtiana
    #6 is gracilliflora

    There was also an enormous N.spathulata without a tag and many ventratas marked as alata. We also added a N.sanguinea Orange, N. ventricosa x (thorellii x aristolochioides) an unknown N. maxima hybrid (possibly maxima x thorellii. Dave can actually track down the provenance of this plant and should have a positive ID soon.), P. agnata 'True Blue', U.alpina, H. minor x heterodoxa and a nice Cephalotus to the collection.

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