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    It looks like you have 2 small neps to the left of the N. X mixta. The larger one right next to the white pot behind the pitcher looks like a judith finn but it's hard to tell in that pic. Actually those 3 neps are still too small to ID.
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    How big do they have to be to ID?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Glenn @ Feb. 11 2005,6:44)]Here is a real test for you! What are the three small Nepenthes in the background. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    I know they are too small to ID. Even if you were in the same room it would be hard. So I will break the suspense.

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    N. sibuyensis

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    Those pitcher's looks the same as the upper's from my N. x miranda....

    Ries

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    I am inclined to agree with Carnifreak, especially if it is a mass market type buy (miranda is in TC with a couple of the commercial firms.) From what I gather miranda and mixta can be very difficult to tell apart as theonly real differences are in the leaf length and width.
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    it looks like the upper on my 'Miranda' to but being that it is mixta x maxima(or is it the reverse of that?) a mixta guess wouldnt be far off either
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    Now I'm back where I started! Miranda and mixta were my two guesses. Does anyone have details on how to tell them apart? My plant has only produced upper pitchers so I believe it was started from a cutting. It is growing quite rapidly but has not yet produced any basal shoots.

    Glenn

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