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Thread: Leucophylla and flava atropurpurea

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    Leucophylla and flava atropurpurea

    First red pitcher in my care
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    And Lucy
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    Awesome! The pitchers look great!

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    They both look amazing but that leuco is incredible!!
    Gettin there...

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    ^^agreed

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    Sure that's atropurpurea? Atros are solid red, while rubricorporas have the yellow inside and lid.
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    I agree with hcarlton, definitely looks like a rubricorpora. Those are beauties though, nice job!

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    well i bought an atropurpurea.......
    lol
    it did get transplanted this year and the other pitchers are lightly veined at best. and it just opened yesterday.......

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    Give it time. A more mature pitcher earlier next season might develop a full red colouration.

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