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    Cephalotus in the wild

    There are four different sites. Hope the following photos will give growers ideas on how to grow this species better. Cheers!

    Site 1 - plants are exposed to full sun the entire day


    Variation in colour of pitchers








    Site 2 - can you spot the Cephs in the following pic?


    The plants tend to have more leaves than pitchers. The pitchers are green, with red teeth and lids.






    Site 3 - site with mostly green pitchers




    Most colourful form found at Site 3.


    Site 4 - site with most interesting forms








    Cindy

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    very nice photos cindy!!! makes me want to see them even more.
    Cephalotus are by far my favorite CP after neps.

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    Holy moly! They're so big and nice. x_x I LOVE the last photo!
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    beautiful! i agree with SK! wow!
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    Very nice photos. It's always great to see cps in situ!

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    Oh wow, if only mine would look that large and vibrant. They are starting to take off, but nothing like that!

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    Awesome pictures! Shows prefectly how important biodeversity is.

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    That last one is awesome, the peristome looks like mirabilis echinostoma or something.
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