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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (lol @ Nov. 17 2005,9:01)]Trust me, no one would get the two mixed up [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/cool.gif[/img] . The izumeae x truncata almost looks like it has a toothy persitome. Interesting...
    Well, mine has a very toothy peristome, almost like a N.hamata. It looks EXACTLY like the picture. Maybe I do have a N.izumiae x truncata.

    EDIT- It even has the red under the lid and has those purple splotches in the "throat."
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    Dewy,

    I kind of doubt this hybrid would be floating around labeled "Judith Finn".
    To the best of my knowledge, it is a very recent hybrid from Geoff Mansell. The plants in the photos are both very young -- the pitchers will be quite different as they mature.

    I suppose you could contact the source of your plant and see if they also stock the N. izumiae x truncata.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (killerplantsguy @ Nov. 17 2005,10:28)]Dewy,

    I kind of doubt this hybrid would be floating around labeled "Judith Finn".
    To the best of my knowledge, it is a very recent hybrid from Geoff Mansell. The plants in the photos are both very young -- the pitchers will be quite different as they mature.

    I suppose you could contact the source of your plant and see if they also stock the N. izumiae x truncata.
    KPG
    I actually got it from a local nursery that sells quite a few plants that are unusual, includinng Cephalotus and N.hamata. It could be they accidentally labeled it wrong. It only has a leafspan of about 3-4 inches, and the pitcher is about the same size as your. I bought it about a week ago. I will try to get some pictures of it after it produces some more pitchers, because right now it is still acclimating to my conditions. It looks nothing like the pics I have seen of judith finn.
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