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    I'm trying to identify some of the plants I purchased offbase. They were just identified as Sarracenia, and one as Sarracenia hybrid (how descriptive). I posted the pics on a geocities site. They may take a little while to download, because they are at 1024*768, or pretty close. I'm also horrible with pictures, and one is especially blurry. Sorry!

    I think the quality of my new digital camera is breathtaking, its too bad I'm horrible with it. :-).

    Mystery Sarracenia

    I also have a fourth one that I don't have a picture of right now, but I might post it later.

    Phil- is this an acceptable use of the board? I don't want to cause any problems. :-)

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    Okay to my knowledge pic.#1 looks like S.Minor Or a hybrib between it. pic.#2 no Idea. Pic.#3No idea. Pic.#4. S.minor or if it has a soft tounge at the opening it is a Darlingtonia Californica. Yes that is a Nep.Atlata you have there. your VFT lookks fine to me not unhealthy at all! Hope this Clears things up Nep.G.

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    #1 looks like minor x psittacina (= "xwrigleyana"). others are too young or blurred to tell.

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    Did you mean S. leucophylla x psittacina = S wrigleyana? Or did you mean that it looked like S minor x psittacina = s formosa? Or is s (m x p) also sometimes called wrigleyana? (I don't know what I'm talking about, I just looked up the names).. I would think it does not appear have any leucophylla genes it, but it is very young.

    Patrick

    also- there is no tongue in Picture #4, so I'll assume it is Sarracenia minor.

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    I couldn't tell from the picture but now it is an S.Minor. Nep.G.

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    I've got questions instead...

    Do the pitchers all grow like Trashcan's pictures? I see phyllodia (leaves during dormancy) and wiry pitchers!

    Mine's like that too. Lack of light when it's supposed to be summer for them now...

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    Which of my plants have phyllodia? I've read about them, but I assumed my plants didn't have any..

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    Quote: from trashcan on 11:58 pm on Oct. 22, 2001
    Did you mean S. leucophylla x psittacina = S wrigleyana? [/QUOTE]

    sorry, yes I did. your plants are young and are not grown in good enough light to be sure though

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