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    A Cajun(isc) Carnivore CP30's Avatar
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    OK, Thanks to all for the help with the last 3
    Here are 6 more for the experts:

    1) a filiformis ssp. tracyii or filiformis? (I have purchsed tracyi, filiformis, and Florida Giant)
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cp30/April%2015%20-%2030/filiformis%20RS.JPG[/img]

    2) another mardis gras? no flowers yet!
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cp30/April%2015%20-%2030/Mardis%20Gras%202.JPG[/img]

    3) a purpurea ssp venosa? burkei?
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cp30/April%2015%20-%2030/red%20purp%20RS.JPG[/img]

    4) a flava, is it rugelli?
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cp30/April%2015%20-%2030/rugelli%202%20RS.JPG[/img]

    5) I couldn't wait for the pitchers or flowers to mature:
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cp30/April%2015%20-%2030/unknown3%20RS.JPG[/img]

    6) And, finally (for now) what form is this?
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cp30/April%2015%20-%2030/flytrap%20sawtooth%20RS.JPG[/img][U]Disaster!Disaster
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    1 = filiformis ssp filiformis. traycii had green glands yours are red.

    2 = I don't know

    3 = rosea (or S. purp, ssp venosa var burkei if you prefer.)

    4 = I think the pic is wrong

    5 = don't know

    6 = VFT dentate
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    1) D. filiformis ssp. filiformis but it could be 'Florida Giant' I don't know b/c this is my first year with this plant
    3) S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii
    4) S. flava var. rugelli

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    2. I would say it was a "Judith Hindle" before I would a "Mardi Gras"
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    kahnli, You are correct, #2 is S. 'Judith Hindle'

    3. S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii

    4. S. flava var. rugelli

    5. Is a hybrid. Looks like a x catesbaei (flava x purpurea). Post pics when they open for a better ID.

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    Your S. flava var. rugelli has a very large ala.....giving it enough light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (nepenthes gracilis @ April 20 2005,7:01)]Your S. flava var. rugelli has a very large ala.....giving it enough light?
    These pitchers are only about 3 weeks old, they get full sun from @ noon until sunset. I hope that is enough. (BTW what are ala?)

    Thanks for the IDs! With #2 I have a tag for Ladies In Waiting that is not matched to a plant yet, but this appears closer to a Mardi Gras that was ID'd on my last thread. I had not thought Judith Hindle, what color are the flowers for each of the 3?

    Do burkii flowers vary - these do not look like the ones in Savage Garden?
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    Quote[/b] ]4 = I think the pic is wrong
    Yes, the pic was wrong, should be correct now....
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Do burkii flowers vary - these do not look like the ones in Savage Garden?
    Yes - they can vary between white and the pink in the photo. Great coloration in the pitchers [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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