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    No, that pitcher is clearly N. ventricosa.

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    thats a nice plant!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Capslock @ Nov. 30 2005,2:50)]No, that pitcher is clearly N. ventricosa.

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    I second that - young ventricosa pitchers tend to be very tubular and not ventricose, and the picture shows this off well.

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    I still don't agree its ventricosa. Looking again it is not ventrata either. the ribbed mouth is not right for ventrata though the shape is.

    http://yamadanouenn.hp.infoseek.co.jp/sc01418.jpg

    the ribbed mouth is right for ventricosa but the shape is not

    http://yamadanouenn.hp.infoseek.co.jp/sam00865.jpg

    http://www.plantswithattitude.com/ventricosa.html

    Here is a picture of my own ventricosa with a very young pitcher



    It seems to me you have a different plant from either of these two, maybe even a back cross, ventrata x ventricosa.

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    ventricosa red x ventrata?
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    Here's the new pitcher:

    Side view:


    Front view:


    Peristome:


    Any ideas,
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    I still think its ventricosa...
    Need all the experience I can get...

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