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    Nick,
    That looks exactly like one of mine! What is it?
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    Nick,

    I'm pretty sure that's a N. ventricosa.

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    Nick,

    Yours does look like a ventricosa, or alata (or ventrata). I have two ventricosas, and my plant from home depot difinitely looks different, especially in the leaf shape. Also, my dying pitcher looks different. With any luck, it's a judith finn, as I want one of those.

    Emesis, yours looks like a Maxima to me, but who knows?

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    Capslock,

    I think you might be right!

    I was so bent on that it's a N. maxima hybrid (since both the Listserv archives and the label mentioned that it's a hybrid) that I missed the obvious. The pitchers matched more of the N. maxima plants' pictures than its hybrids.

    If this plant is a N. maxima, then it is kind of ironic that I ended up buying a N. maxima before my friend gotten around to send me his cutting as he was delayed. Hopefully, his plant's form is different than my plant's.

    At least I saved it from a certain death if it remained at Home Depot.

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    Cap's your nep could be a N. Sanguinea. ecause of the leafs, they look very similar to a sanguinea.
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    Quote (Emesis @ June 08 2003,04:56)
    Here's one of the pictures.



    All of the pics are at:

    Gubler's Nepenthes

    since they will probably take up too much bandwidth if posted together.[/QUOTE]
    what is this plant id i got one exactly like this one today
    I love nepenthes

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    Looks like a Maxima, or a Maxima hybrid, J. None of us are sure what are Gubbler's Neps are yet. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Quote (Emesis @ June 07 2003,3:56)
    Here's one of the pictures.



    All of the pics are at:

    Gubler's Nepenthes

    since they will probably take up too much bandwidth if posted together.[/QUOTE]
    call me crazy, but it looks like a rafflesiana x maxima x sanguinea hybrid, or at least looks like it has rafflesiana and sanguinea in it

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