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    Nep & Sarra ID desperatly needed

    Hi everyone, I've been trying to get an accurate ID on the following plants for quite sometime now.

    They're not the best photos but any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


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    #2 and #3 both look like Nepenthes ventricosa x alata, a common hybrid Nepenthes. #11 is a Sarracenia psittacina. I think all of your other Sarracenia are hybrids. #5 is Sarracenia purpurea x psittacina. #10 looks like Sarracenia leucophylla x minor.
    Last edited by Tanukimo; 04-20-2014 at 12:39 AM.

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    Wish I could help more but here's some I'm almost certain on...

    2) Nepenthes ventricosa ?? ?
    3) Nepenthes x ventrata
    5) Sarracenia x courtii ? perhaps
    6) a very maroon S. x catesbaei!
    7) S. x catesbaei ?
    8) perhaps another S. x catesbaei
    9) looks like typical spring pitchers my S. leucophylla produce
    10) perhaps S. alata x leucophylla or S. x moorei (flava x leucophylla)
    11) I was about to say S. 'Scarlet Belle', but it looks a bit too colourful, so S. psittacina ?

    Either way, great growing.
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    1. 'Red Leopard' (ventricosa x maxima)
    2. Definitely a vent hybrid, a leaf shot might help.
    3. x ventrata
    4. x 'Miranda'
    5. an x courtii form, probably with the northern purp
    6. x catesbaei of some sort.
    7. it has purp, leuco, and minor in it, but without having a definite label already you can't really give it one now. It's just a complex hybrid.
    8 and 9, same deal, first has purp and rubrain it, but no label can be given, the next one leuco, minor, and possibly psittacina backgrounds, but it's an unknown hybrid.
    10. Looks like excellens, but maybe mixed with rubra or alata as well.
    11. definitely psittacina.
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    Thank you everyone for your suggestions
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