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    Quote Originally Posted by curtisconners View Post
    Same here, it's just the little symbol that tells you that there's supposed to be a photo there.
    I don't even see that
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    Even at this stage it looks like they could well be different hybrids (and I would bet hybrids since the one on the right clearly has purpurea in it, but I also see what might be areolation, though that could just be condensation inside the pitcher too with this pic), but more likely than not you won't be able to make a call for sure until they get a fair bit bigger, and start showing more mature traits.
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    Weird, seems that somebody can see it while others cant...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Plants appear to be seedlings, the one on the left is younger then the other. Very young Sarracenia tend to look similar. Coloration depends on environment, genetics and maturity of the plant.

    What moss do you have them planted in? It doesn't look like Sphagnum to me.
    the media is basically half sphagnum moss and half perlite, the cover moss is just some random green moss I got from my backyard (and I washed off all the dust before I used them).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Even at this stage it looks like they could well be different hybrids (and I would bet hybrids since the one on the right clearly has purpurea in it, but I also see what might be areolation, though that could just be condensation inside the pitcher too with this pic), but more likely than not you won't be able to make a call for sure until they get a fair bit bigger, and start showing more mature traits.
    I'm wondering how long would it take to get them grow into that size, big enough for identification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    I got..cannot be displayed because it contains errors
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    I viewed the image on the link that Not a Number posted, along with right-clicking the image box that did show and copy/pasting that into a browser. Posting a URL from an image hosting site would probably work better than what method you may have used.
    Also: random moss being thrown in with CP's is a bad idea. Whatever you might have found and put on top may well end up being either poisonous to them, or could overrun them before they get a chance to grow. Stick with sphagnum. And how quickly they grow depends on several things: 1, how much lighting they are getting, 2, the condition of the soil, and 3, how often they get fed.
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