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    I really doubt it Dfalkanger. It looks way different than even immature N. Coccineas.

    I have no idea, so I won't offer any wild guesses.

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    Looks a bit like my N. x Holland, which has unknown parentage and is thus of no help in IDing this plant. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Thanks to everyone who offered insite. My guess is that it is not a hybrid, just because the grower from which the plant came from was a plant purest. In all the years that I purchased plants from him, I rarely ever saw hybrid species. Infact, every plant that I purchased from his highland collection were not hybrids. Maybe as the plant matures, we will solve the mystery. But you never know, one could have snuck its way into the lot. Once again, thanks for all the guesses.

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