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    update

    The red clone's adult pitcher showing the waxy looking interior, water even beads on it.



    Immature pitcher of the same plant showing a pubescent rim to the waxy interior.


    Older Wistuba clone showing a heavily pubescent interior

    Exterior is basically devoid of hairs except for the top of the nectar spoon and front seam.

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    woah! a chrome interior on the last one!

    Very cool. That new pitcher is magnificent!

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    Professor Tincher.....your plants are REDIKUHLUS!
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    Geez Butch, as usual, terrific plants! You really seemed to have dialed in the ideal conditions for them.

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    Thanks all for the nice comments, H.neblinae was once considered a difficult species....

    The diffs in my 3 Wistuaba variants are pretty obvious and pretty cool imho.

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    Woah!! Damn!! that looks amazing! WOW!!!

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    the H. neblinae seem to love the fresh bulbs (old ones were about 2 yr old) and rewaxing of the reflectors...
    I need more power Scotty!!!


    No post processing other then resizing and compression for net use.

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    OMG! WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT!? IM JEALOUS!

    i only have pics....you get the tangible. XD
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