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    how do i get rid of them? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]
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    I have a rather amusing cicle of these fungus gnats.
    They breed in my pot of P.grandiflora, then when they come out they get eaten by the plant!
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    I am very certain you own a Nepenthes Ventricosa, possibly "Red Form" and the Drosera is definitely Capensis "Narrow Leaf".

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    My young n.ventricosa 'red' looked exactly like that. So my vote is n.ventricosa regular or red.
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    I'm leaning towards N. Judith Finn. As Tony pointed out ventricosa leaves are more slender in shape. These leaves have the stubby shape similar to that of my J. Finn.
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    the pitchers look nothing like Judith Finn, I would say ventricosa too
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    The plant is too young to show mature characteristics. Both N. spathulata and N. veitchii are VERY slow to develop their typical features. I am still sticking with N. Judith Finn but in any event it is way too soon to call it N. ventricosa or anything else for that matter as well. Time will tell...

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