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    Sarracenias from Brazil.

    I work with this plants for a years. Some ID is necessary.
    If possible please help me.
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    26 seedlings of Sarracenias


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    Thank you for any help.

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    Excellent pictures! I wish I had plants that looked like that. I am not very good at Iding, so I can't really help you, But awesome plants.
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    Which do you need ID'd Marcos?
    Very nice nursery and great looking plants! Keep up the good work!

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    Hot! Beautiful as always. 24 is s. rubra ssp. alabamensis . 8, 19 might be introgressed hybrids of S. purpurea

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    Gorgeous Sarracenias and plants as always!
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    wow, those are some awesome plants. here are my guesses:
    1. flava x something. the wavy lid on the pitcher in the foreground makes me think there's some leucophylla in there, but the pitcher in the background doesn't, and looks more like a flava x alata cross.
    2 + 3 look like leuco x purp hybrids, with maybe something else involved also.
    5 looks a lot like leuco x (leuco x purp) hybrids I've seen.
    6 looks like alata x minor to me
    7 looks like purp x minor
    8 i think is purp x psittacina
    9 is a cool plant, looks like a complex hybrid with leucophylla, psittacina and god knows what else.
    10 is S. minor
    11+12 look to be the same plant, it looks mostly like S. flava, but i noticed the flower heads are upturned, which is a trait of S. leucophylla, so I'm going to guess it's a moorei backcrossed on a flava. an awesome plant, indeed!
    13 looks like S. flava var. maxima
    14 looks like another leuco x purp hybrid
    15 a hybrid between flava and another upright species/hybrid
    16 i'm going to guess is an alata x rubra hybrid
    17 i'm guessing leuco x purp or leuco x (purp x ?)
    18 leuco x flava
    19 i agree with cp-connection, some kind of introgressed purp hybrid, looks too upright to be pure purp.
    20 looks like purp x minor on left, and purp x leuco on right
    21 another awesome leuco x flava hybrid
    22 looks like leuco crossed with purp x flava
    23 this is perhaps my favorite, looks like psittacina x flava. at first glance i thought it was an anthocyanin-free plant, but you can see red coloration at the growth points, and the developing pitcher has some color suffusion. very interesting and unique! i actually had a leuco x flava once that was similar to this, not anthocyanin-free, but appearing so at first glance.
    24 alabamensis, as previously stated
    25 flava x rubra, or flava x alata perhaps?
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    The plants are amazing, tell me when you open your nursery, you definitively have a customer.

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