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    Looks like S. wrigleyana to me as well. Appears to have psittacina parentage. Dixie Lace has a much more open, flared hood (or at least mine did).

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    I vote for wrigleyana as well.

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    My S. Wrigleyana doesn't have the nice red coloration. Does it need lots of light to obtain it? Mine is only green and white. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img] It looks more like the one pictured in the PFT store Wrig pic. Any suggestions on how to improve colouration?

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    I grow both wrigleyana and 'Dixie Lace' The plant in question is wrigleyana. The parents for wrigleyana are leuco x psitt.

    Falcon,

    Yes indeed it needs bright light to get good colour. Mine had a nice red flush to it before I moved. It is now 2 weeks after we moved in and my plant has been in full sun since the move, it is almost solid red with white spots. Very nice indeed
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    my honest guess would be saracenia wrigeyana...

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    i vote s. x wrigleyana and am very sure of it .

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    What about this x Scarlet lace?

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    The wrigleyana in photos I looked at seem too pale. I have the same unidentified plant as in the original post (as far as I can tell from one photo) so I'm interested to know what it is too. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Did you mean: Sarracenia x 'Scarlet Belle'?

    If so, Sarracenia x wrigleyana 'Scarlet Belle'.
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