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    I am still waiting on an ID on it from Phil Sheridan. When I find out, I'll certainly post it so y'all can look for it.

    BTW...the second pitcher you see in the background is the same plant...you can see that there is a bit less pink--lots more white. The back of that pitcher shows nicely how flat and upright the lid is.

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    I have a feeling there's rubra in there. I have a catesbaei x rubra which has a similar shape, but without the white colouration.
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    I have to agree with Sarracenia. My guess would be (leuco. x purp.)x leuco. When you raise a bunch of siblings from a hybrid like this you see a wide range of characteristics inherited from both parents. It could easily be one-of-a-kind; maybe even deserving cultivar status. Whatever it is, it is really attractive and unique!

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    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/blues.gif[/img] i thinkn this lil guy is cool
    there is also a quik reply at the bottom which is pretty cool
    I love nepenthes

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    cool looking plant , i've seen something like that in a book or on the internet somehwere , probably you can check the book called " gardening with carnivoroes , sarracenia " i'm sure you might find something similar . but this plant really reminds me of sarracenia x willisi ' broad lid '

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    Hello,
    *steps in the door* Everybody can see alot of luecophylla in it. William, noted maybe minor in it, Alvin quoted rubra, theres been purpurea talk to. If I had to guess, it would be: (luecopylla x rubra) x (luecopylla x purpurea) x luecopylla? I see alot, i mean alot of luec in it. The broad upright lid shows parentage from purpurea, Rubra long lid, a subspecies of rubra, has an elongated lid, which could go with the lid that plant had to. Its defifnetly very complex. So theres my guess.
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