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    My Heliamphora neblinae variants

    3 Wistuba variants

    H. neblinae var. parva (current clone line)


    H. neblinae (purchased prior to the "red clone" designation IIRC)


    H. neblinae (Old Wistuba clone line)


    Few misc images
    H. sarraceniodes (Wistuba)


    N. villosa


    U. quelchii

    (Leaves seem to turn purple with age under my conditions)

    Thanks for looking,
    Av

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    Very beautiful! I'm not sure which variety mine could be, but all of those are very nice.

    That is a very decent Nepenthes villosa I must say, very impressive.
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    Stunning plants, every single one of them!

    I really like the Utricularia quelchii leaf-color.
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 03-09-2011 at 08:45 PM. Reason: N. A. - Utricularia quelchii, not Utricularia quelchii's
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    very nice, the red clone is magnificent. I think it would be interesting to see a photo of them all together to easily see the differences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    very nice, the red clone is magnificent. I think it would be interesting to see a photo of them all together to easily see the differences.
    Agreed, as soon as I have good mature examples of each.

    Obvious difference of the Heliamphora neblinae var. parva is it's heavily pubescent exterior. Likewise, the early mature adult pitchers of my "red clone" exhibit what appears to be a very waxy interior region just under the nectar spoon. I have not observed this trait on the other two yet.

    I am curious if this tendency is stable as it ages.

    C12, thanks.... to be honest my plants have been neglected for months, it's a wonder they look as good as they do.
    Av
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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    Agreed, as soon as I have good mature examples of each.
    t my plants have been neglected for months, it's a wonder they look as good as they do.
    Av
    IMO neglected plants seem to get what they seem to need most...tranquility. In your care it's no wonder they look so well cared for.

    Good to see you back Av, I know many have missed your presence on the forums... Beautiful magnificently colored plants as always mate =)

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    Great plants B. Seems like your plants have thrived through your hiatus.

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    Wonderfully-colored examples of coveted plants once again grace the pages of TerraForums. Welcome back Sir!
    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    H. neblinae var. parva
    The current Nepenthes edwardsiana of Heliamphora ... (didn't realize that you bit the bullet...)

    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    Few misc images
    H. sarraceniodes (Wistuba)
    While I like nectar spoons, this one seems to anchor the other end of the spectrum and provides a great contrast to all those in-between. Someday, one will be mine... Bwaaaaaaaaa

    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    N. villosa
    Definitely looks happy - now you know the secret to growing these guys - neglect!

    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    U. quelchii(Leaves seem to turn purple with age under my conditions)
    The largest leaf on my U. geminiloba has also decided to turn an odd color (& I'm not even trying to fry it with my lights!)

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    Thanks for looking
    Thanks for sharing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    C12, thanks.... to be honest my plants have been neglected for months, ...
    We're quite familiar with the feeling ... (Sorry - couldn't resist)

    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    ...it's a wonder they look as good as they do.
    If only the same could be said about my wife's spouse ...
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 03-09-2011 at 08:48 PM. Reason: N. A.
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