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    Here is the other one

    http://home.comcast.net/~pasoftim/nep.JPG

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    It looks like a ventricosa, but I am not very knowledgable in this genre, so don't take my word for it.
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    Looks to me like the hybrid that has often been sold as N. tobaica (it's not, tobaica is a species). I think the general agreement has been that this plant is either ventricosa x khasiana or ventricosa x tobaica. I think there were some other guesses too, so check the thread "tobaica?"
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    it is ramphisphere x ventricosa

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    N. ventricosa hybrid of some sort... could be that N. "tobiaca" thing coming out of Europe but hard to say for sure.

    Just label it as N. ventricosa hybrid

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    Nep29 sorry no N. ramispina (at least that's what I think you mean) in that plant.
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    I definitely think it's the khasiana x ventricosa hybrid that is being circulated as tobaica. That is the biggest one I have seen, by far.

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    It's the European "tobaica thing" as Tony aptly ID'ed it. Joe, we have two plants of this weed in our greenhouse that sits on the floor by the door. Those pitchers get pretty nice after the plant gets a little size. The peristome gets bright coral pink.

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    Hey Trent, how large to your pitchers get? I thought this plant would produce small ones, but all of the sudden mine put out one that dwarfed all the others on the plant....It's a good 5 or 6 inches... Is this about the max, or should I expect larger?
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