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    Ok I went to meijers the other day and they had 2 nepenthes there. (3 because one was double potted [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] ) anyways i always wanted to try my hand at nepenthes and i figured I might as well rescue these before they die because a nepenthes is a terrible thing to waste. SO anyways can anyone identify this? There is only one pitcher and it isn't fully matured yet. By the way i repotted them because the soil was very wet which meant they had been watered and I suspected it was with tap water so I decided to replant them.

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    Hard to tell with the immature pitcher, but the folliage is very similar to my N. x 'Judith Finn.'
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    Looks a bit like Sanguinea too. Hard to say untill the pitcher opens and you have more then one
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    This is a very rough guess as there isn't a whole lot to look at yet..

    The outside 2 look like N. Judith Finn while the middle one looks like N. ventrata.

    Just becareful about labelling unknown plants. Maybe in the future you can get a more positive ID but for now I would just put the name on the label with a ? next to it.

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