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    lol Pyro only 1 thing, you don't qualify unless you are my neighbor...ooh maybe it's better if you don't qualify...you my neighbor? ahh! haha just kiddin man. Anyhow, I snapped some more photo's of the new pitchers that opened overnight. Also included a photo of my first S. flava var. flava pitcher. It hasn't colored up at all yet but it will be.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/nepenthesgracilis/oreo6.JPG[/img]
    [img]http://home.**********.com/nepenthesgracilis/oreo7.JPG[/img]
    [img]http://home.**********.com/nepenthesgracilis/flava1.JPG[/img]

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    Looks like 'Sand Mountain' form to me and I agree with the previous post, that at present there seems to be only three forms of oreophila; standard, sand mountain and Don Schnell. Beautiful plant!
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    Cool, now correct me if I am wrong here but someone once told me that don't hope for "Sand Mountain" variety because it is the most easiest to obtain. I couldn't belive this because I heard that "Sand Moutain" variety is much sought after by many hobbists because of it's coloration and size. I was under the impression that the tyipcal oreophila form was most common. Do I have the wrong info? Thank you!

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    Dustin,
    That is an awesome plant, that would have to take my guess as an sand mountain variety. Hope it helps,
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    Dustin,

    Nice plant.
    Why not say "eymae" instead of infundibuliformis?

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    Hi all, back from a 2 day vacation. Anyways, so is the Sand Mountain variety rarer than the typical or typical rarer than the Sand Moutain variety. Thanks.

    Joe, lol, I like infundibuliformis better than eymae! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]

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    Wicked Plants! They are so healthy and lovely colours!
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    Thanks =]

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    there are several named location oreophila forms around here in the UK. Some from DeKalb Co have particularly dark inner pitchers for example. others are referred to as 'purple throat'. sand mountain forms are normally heavily veined.
    Stephen
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