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    Here is a picture of my new nep . i think it is a ventrata but i could be wrong . just a guess. what do you think it is.

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    looks quite close to my ventrata

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    Someone will move this to the plant ID forum, but I would say "yes" it is a ventrata.

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    I agree that it is N. ventrata.


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    N.x ventrata for sure!
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    hmm so i guess its a higland [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Actually lowland and intermediate conditions are the best if you wanna maximize growth speed and pitcher size. However, N. ventrata is a very easy species which is said to grow in any conditions. I haven't put any cuttings of N. ventrata into my highland conditions because space there is at a premium and this little bugger will do just fine anywhere it's bright moist and humid.
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    yeah i will . thanks
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