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    That's a tough call, I couldn't say for sure unless I had the plant to inspect personally, and even then I'm not sure I could tell. This is my first year growing Flava. I have been strictly Purp and Leuco till now. I"M BRANCHING OUT!! YAY! lol.
    Can anyone see such marvelous things, knowing them to be only plants and feel no wonder?

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    This is a wonderful photo of a "heavily veined" flava (S.flava 'ornata&#39[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]. I'd even venture to say that it's from Florida. Also, I've seen S.flava 'rubricorpia' grown in lower light levels that produced a heavily veined plant. So, depending upon how much light your plant is getting, it might be a 'rubricorpia.'
    S.oreaphila uncommonly has such extensive venation. As well, oreo lids are less erect and the "funnel" at the back of the lid is more relaxed.
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    This is a pic of my Oreophi
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    Whoops, how did that happen? In any case, here is a pic of my S. oreophila Sand Mtn. The veining is a bit more prounounced than the picture shows, but nowhere near like sarracenialuver's. In any case, the pitcher and lid shapes seem a bit different. They are the big green ones in front.

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