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Thread: my cephs.. now. (i tried propagating using live lfs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by carnivoure12 View Post
    I have to agree with the everyone, here is what a truncata that size should look like http://triffidpark.com.au/htm_pages/...n_truncata.jpg
    this is a juvenile truncata if not adult.

    my truncata is barely an inch tall, and is still considered a seedling.

    look at a seedling miranda. im sure you would say the pitchers of the baby miranda are much different than that of an adult miranda in terms of colour pattern etc.

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    that is not quite a truncata. The leaves are much longer than normal. When my truncata was half an inch across the leaves were heart shaped on distinct petioles. Yours seems more like maxima.

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    Yah, that isn't truncata...

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    N. truncata even as a very young juvenile plant will have characteristic N. truncata shaped leaves. Sorry to say your plant is 100% guaranteed without a doubt not a N. truncata.
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    alright. thanks for the information.

    im wondering if those leaves will sprout...

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    they seem healthy, I say you are gonna have a good amount of plants in there.

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    update - still no signs of leaves striking as of 1 February 2009.

    leaves were inserted into live sphagnum on 2 January 2009.

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    Don't worry, as long as they're not rotting they have a good chance of striking.

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