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Thread: Now here is something you don't see very often!

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    wow! Thats the first ever mutated pitcher I have ever seen. Perfect example of siamese twins. ;D

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    Vraev reading and taking in my last post very well there

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    Oh my... the first picture almost looks a little obscene like a green pair of... wait , no, I shouldn't say. There's kiddies on this forum...

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    your trying to tell me yours arent green? cuz mine.... wait... nevermind

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    You might want to get that checked out..

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    aye if their green they arent clean xD
    woa that rhymed.
    nice pics btw, and it does look a bit.....odd xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis View Post
    Vraev reading and taking in my last post very well there
    huh! a developmental "mutation" in the stem cells that lead to the pitcher is what causes that "DEFORMITY".

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    True, but calling it a mutation infers stability. The chances of that plant producing double pitchers regularly as a result of a DNA mutation is very small.

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