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    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    How does it smell? Wondering after smelling the U. alpinia flowers. Smell might have a large component in the type of insects the plants are attracting.

    and as always. awesome pics people
    ummmm havent noticed a smell, but I would be a bad choice for someone to detect one if at all subtle.
    (former long time smoker)

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    Awesome

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    very very nice picture.

    but without tracability it is difficult to determinate the real name .

    you have buy this heliamphora on this name ' neblinae variant ' not like 'neblinae var parva'?

    H.huberi is not a H.neblinae species but a real separate species ( see here heliamphora) with their morphological caracters .
    Last edited by jeff 2; 07-24-2011 at 11:40 PM.

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    Jeff,

    It is a "H. neblinae" from A. Wistuba
    I purchased it from him a year or two ago

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    spectacular pics mate. wow! Dang mate. You have topped yourself again. I love the colour of those helps. Just impeccable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraev View Post
    spectacular pics mate. wow! Dang mate. You have topped yourself again. I love the colour of those helps. Just impeccable.

    ty old friend....

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    suite

    ah OK

    how old ?how high?

    I have some problem with this H.neblinae , I can not find their morphological caracters , for me the real H.neblinae nectar spoon are more in spade form with a fastener more narrow.

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    Jeff,

    It is still a young plant.... only been producing mature pitchers in the last 6 months, so mature size is still yet to be known.

    Personally, I agree and feel this is an unique species seperate from typcial H. neblinae. It is also my understanding that this species is only found on the Brazil side of Pico de Neblina..... which I believe is also unique among Heliamphora.

    Until something "officially" changes, all I can call it is what it is historically known as.... H. neblinae (Wistuba)

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