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Thread: The Mystery Gublers Nepenthes Hybrids

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    Hello folks , I got these plants a while ago and it seems that they have produced decent size pitchers for identification . There quite nice plants too and were in good shape when I got them . Heres the first one I got :
    looks like an N. x coccinea or a maxima hybrid to me , if you have already noticed , the pitcher is laying on live sphagnum in my pot of Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor , i thought that the sphagnum would support the pitcher and give off humidity to increase pitcher production and pitcher size and the methos looks like it works to me , 3 inch pitchers . Here is another plant : looks like an N. maxima hybrid , this is an old pic , the pitcher now is much darker red in color and has more of those maxima spots . Hope you can help me id these plants .

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    They look the same to me. The top pitcher looks like it is recently opened and not fully developed is color. I would say your correct about N. maxima hybrid. One of Gublers plants is an unknown N. maxima hybrid.

    Tony
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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