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    Yep. It looks like you have a N. x ventrata and a S. 'Judith Hindle'. Treat 'em well and you should get some nice colorful pitchers!

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    There was another thread on Id'ing a similar looking Nep. Will become more and more obvious as they mature but I am still sticking with N. ventricosa at this stage [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    I agree N.ventricosa it apears to be. Only time will tell for sure though....
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    I will be with Tony on this one, although some of the more juvenile pitchers look to be Ventrata and it also looks like there is more than one plant in that pot so this may very well be possible.

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    it went basal crazy. it had about 3 basal shoots, some where big and had 1.5 inch pitchers. I cut them off and potted them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Oct. 13 2004,7:57)]I think the Sarracenia is Judith Hindle. The nep is either ventricosa or ventrata. Logically, if should be the former, as these plants originate from Agristarts, but I have seen more mature plants with the same plant tag that were definitely ventrata.
    my thoughts exactly
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    yeah the sarr looks like judith hindle, there is a slight chance it could be red leuco though
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