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    Hi everyone!

    I would be very thankful if someone could identify this Nepenthes.

    Here's the plant as I got it:
    http://www.lihikset.net/images/nepen...kkuhybridi.jpg

    Here's how it's now:
    http://www.lihikset.net/images/nepenthes/hybridi2.jpg

    http://www.lihikset.net/images/nepenthes/hybridi3.jpg

    http://www.lihikset.net/images/nepenthes/hybridi4.jpg

    http://www.lihikset.net/images/nepenthes/hybridi1.jpg

    I've had it for a year now, but haven't been able to identify it properly. It had a label it's a hybrid?

    Thanks,

    Tommi

    My first message here btw!

    Edit. Aug.3.2004

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    It looks like N. maxima, or at least an N. maxima hybrid.
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    Yeah, I've been wondering if it might be N. maxima x ventricosa.

    It's a bit on the thin side for maxima?

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    Hmm, maybe its maxima x alata "spotted" ?
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    Hmm. That N. maxima x alata put me searching again and I found a couple of very close matches.

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    http://www.cc.utah.edu/~jsg16/cp_pics/N_Gubler1.jpg

    http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/c...8430320785.jpg

    So it might very well be N. maxima x alata.

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    Hmm, on the first one, the top left one resembles yours.
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    Yes, and the pics of mine are from a young plants lower pitcher. It's too small to make upper ones.

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    continues...

    I got a suggestion it might be N. fusca based, perhaps N.fusca x alata. The peristome and lid shape seem to fit this.

    And it doesn't have any of that thick shape of maxima.

    Well, seems that a definite identification might be impossible.

    Thanks anyway!

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