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    Looks like Sarracenia x mitchelliana (purpurea x leucophylla)

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    in my eyes it looks like S. Moorei (Flava x Leuc) x Purpurea

    Edit:make that a purp heterophylla
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    I think it is S. purpurea (probibly heterophylla) x. alata

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    If it had leuco in it as one of the dominate parents we would see more "windows". At least my plants do.
    Another possiblility is
    S. purpurea heterophylla x [alata x. (leuco x. rubra)]

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    there could also be some faint rubra in there, very faint...
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    Kirk, I was wondering about perhaps a rubra ssp. wherryi influence. That is what that nectar roll reminds me of.
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    yeah and wheryi doesn't get alot of color , maybe it could be S. Moorei x (Purpurea x Rubra Wheryi) x Purpurea
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    Whatever it is exactly doesn't matter too much. It is a nice plant with really good form. The hood in the last picture is short and rounded, and reminds me of wherryi, as well as the nectar roll.
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